Solar One, a leading environmental nonprofit organization in New York City, was founded in 2004 and runs diverse programming including K-12 environmental education, green workforce training and technical assistance programs that help building owners adopt clean energy solutions. Here Comes Solar is Solar One’s program that facilitates solar adoption in hard-to-serve markets by assisting building owners to identify and implement cost-effective solar projects. Since 2014 Here Comes Solar has helped more than 120 NYC buildings adopt solar.
GRID Alternatives is the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, making solar technology and job training accessible to underserved communities. GRID Alternatives was founded in 2001 and has installed more than 8,000 solar energy systems for affordable housing and low-income homeowners across the country and provided training for over 30,000 people. GRID Alternatives Tri-State serves New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Co-op Power is a consumer-owned energy cooperative with multi-race, multi-class membership across New England and New York dedicated to creating a just and sustainable future through local ownership of energy resources. They have financed a number of large renewable energy projects throughout the Northeast and are committed to expanding access to renewable energy among affordable and cooperative housing.