Solar for All
Capital Region Customers: NYSERDA and National Grid partner to help you save up to $180 annually on your electric bill.
To participate in this offer, you will need to provide your utility account number and the unique code National Grid included in your email.
NYSERDA and National Grid are working together to offer income-eligible Capital Region customers bill savings through NYSERDA’s Solar for All program.
Eligible customers can save between $5-$15 a month on their electric bills from bill credits that come from a local community solar project that is generating clean energy in their area.
What is Solar for All
Solar for All is a New York State utility bill assistance program. Participants will receive credits on their electric bills, saving them between $5-$15 a month. There are no costs, fees, or payments to participate. Participating will not impact any assistance you may already be receiving from HEAP or a utility bill assistance program.
The monthly bill credits come from electricity generated from a local solar community solar project. Community solar projects are an array of solar panels installed in a sunny, offsite location, that generate electricity for your community. This program gives you the benefits of solar without installing panels on your home. You can learn more about how it works at NYSERDA’s Solar for All website.
Why Join Solar for All
It's free: Solar for All is a free program for those who qualify. No sign-up costs, no monthly fees, no payments whatsoever.
You'll save money: Monthly bill credits will save you on average $5-15 dollars a month.
It’s easy: Once you are assigned to a project, you’ll see the $5-$15 credit on the same electric bill you already receive, without changing your electric utility. You can just sit back and start saving.
It's flexible: You can cancel anytime without penalty or payment.
You’ll help your community: Signing up for Solar for All means you’re reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting a cleaner environment.
For questions about this special program, you can email or call NYSERDA or National Grid to learn more: