When: Thursday, September 18, 6-10 PM
Where: The DUMBO Loft – 155 Water St, Brooklyn
What: Harvest fare, bar, and fun.
As a special treat, Richard Kauffman, Chairman of Energy & Finance for New York State will be joining in the celebration. We hope you will too.
California may think it’s all-that-and-a-bag-of-
sunchips, but frankly, some of the most interesting things in the solar world are happening on the East Coast. New York made an historic commitment to develop ten times more solar and is now fundamentally re-imagining its grid to empower customer participation. Massachusetts met its 250 MW solar goal four years early, and promptly upped the ante more than SIX TIMES to 1,600 MW. Connecticut is looking to expand solar access to renters and others through shared solar. New Jersey is a perennial top contender. And even Georgia is defying the coal-state narrative by embracing 900 MW of solar by 2016, all below the cost of buying new fossil generation. Our East Coast team is working from Vermont to Florida to keep making solar more accessible and more affordable. In addition to being a ton of fun, Equinox East will support our continued progress.