Solar Photovoltaics

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. 

Eligibility

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

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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.
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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.
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Energy Trust of Oregon - Solar for Your Business

Across the state, businesses are generating solar energy to manage their operations costs and be more sustainable. Energy Trust makes it easy with technical assistance, valuable incentives and referrals to qualified local contractors. Energy Trust incentives and tax credits could offset up to 75 percent of system costs.
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New York State Energy Research and Development Authority - Clean Energy Business Partners Program

NYSERDA's Clean Energy Business Partners range from emerging to established companies who use innovative research and cutting edge technology to develop energy efficient and clean energy technologies. These companies have received support from NYSERDA to nurture and grow their ideas into a commercially viable product or process.
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Fort Collins Utilities - Integrated Design Assistance Program

Financial incentives for building owners and design teams are available for participating in the Integrated Design Assistance Program. The program is based on the Architecture 2030 Challenge® and provides design, construction, and performance incentives. New construction and major renovation projects can participate. Participating project teams set a Target Energy Usage Index (EUI) early in the project using Energy Star® Target Finder and then design and build to that target. A year's worth of post-occupancy EUI data is collected to confirm the Target EUI is achieved.
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Southern California Edison - Saving Solutions for Business

Southern California Edison (SCE) offers a variety of financial and technical assistance for commercial and industrial customers, including energy audits and assessments, rebates for efficiency upgrades, participatory demand-response programs, and assistance for distributed generation energy systems. All business customers are eligible (i.e., all non-residential customers).

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Solar Energy Loan Program

The Solar Energy Program (SEP) program offers financial assistance as loans to eligible applicants to promote manufacturing, research and development, and generation of solar energy in the state.  The program is administered jointly by the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) under direction of the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA). 

Eligibility

The program provides loans for solar projects, including generation, distribution, storage, manufacturing or assembly facilities for solar panels or equipment, and development or construction of facilities used for research and development of technology related to solar energy.  The terms of the loan for

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