Solar Photovoltaics

Local Option - Commercial PACE Financing

Note: In 2010, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), which has authority over mortgage underwriters Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, directed these enterprises against purchasing mortgages of homes with a PACE lien due to its senior status above a mortgage. Most residential PACE activity subsided following this directive; however, some residential PACE programs are now operating with loan loss reserve funds, appropriate disclosures, or other protections meant to address FHFA's concerns. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), a branch of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), has released initial guidelines for using PACE with FHA-secured single or multifamily

Georgia Power - Energy Services

Georgia Power offers businesses energy services such as energy product installation, high-level to investment-grade audits, energy consulting services, project management and site supervision, arrange for highly competitive financing on projects due to Georgia Power's financial strength, training, commissioning of systems and equipment, retro-commissioning/recommissioning, and construction services.

Products provided include HVAC and chiller upgrades, heating and boiler systems, central plants, lighting retrofits, system optimization, controls, motor and pump replacements, water conservation, compressed-air systems, and solar and solar water heating. 

PSEG Long Island- Commercial Solar PV Feed-in Tariff

NOTE: The initial enrollment period of October 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017 has ended. However, the Authority will continue to accept applications from eligible Generation Projects until February 1, 2020. For the duration of this enrollment period, all responsive bids that have not been accepted into Feed-in Tariff III during the initial enrollment period nor withdrawn by the Generation Project owner will be placed on the Wait List. Applications submitted after January 31, 2017 must include a proposed price of $0.1649 per kWh. 

PSEG Long Island’s Commercial Solar Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program supports the development of solar energy for

Agricultural Energy Program

NOTE: 2017 Grant Deadlines: April 21, 2017 and October 16, 2017

The Agricultural Energy program provides grants to agricultural businesses in the state to improve their energy efficiency and promote adoption of renewable energy technologies. 


Only agricultural businesses are eligible to apply for the program. The agricultural operations may include horticulture, viticulture, floriculture, forestry, stabling or horses, dairy farming, aquaculture, raising of livestock, poultry, bees, or all such operations. The business must have produced at least $2,500 in annual income from farming operations. 

The program funds both energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Energy efficiency projects may include technologies to

Tideland EMC - Renewable Programs

Tideland EMC offers both a Renewable Interconnections and the NC GreenPower Program.  For the Renewable Interconnections Program, while Tideland EMC does not offer net metering, we do allow members to interconnect small renewable generating projects (up to 50 kW) with our distribution delivery system. The rate paid to member generators per kilowatt hour (kWh) is comparable to the rate we pay our wholesale power suppliers. All renewable generating systems must be registered with the NC Utilities Commission. For the NC GreenPower Program, customers can make a monthly contribution of $4 for one - 100 kilowatt hour block of green energy.

New York Industrial Retential Network - RenewableNY Program

RenewableNY provides grant funding and project management support for industrial facilities to implement energy efficiency and renewable energy measures, including lighting upgrades, solar energy systems, cogeneration, and process efficiency upgrades. The project helps businesses to invest in energy-efficiency capital improvements now that will save them money in the long run.