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Solar Liberty Introduces the Brighter Western New York Initiative

By March 7, 2014August 5th, 2021News
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Solar Liberty Brings Affordable Solar to Western New York
with the Brighter Western New York Initiative

Buffalo, NY – In an effort to bring affordable solar to the Western New York Region, Buffalo-based Solar

Liberty introduces the Brighter Western New York program today. “The Brighter WNY initiative

represents the largest local effort to make solar energy affordable to homeowners in Western

New York,” said Adam K. Rizzo, President and CEO of Solar Liberty. “This community-based initiative

is designed to give neighbors the power to make a difference in their community.”

Solar Liberty will kick off the Brighter Western New York program at Daemen College on

Wednesday – March 12, 2014, the first of four scheduled community events at the college. The

public is invited to attend ‘Brighter Western New York @ Daemen College’, where Solar Liberty

will discuss how solar works, the benefits of ‘going green’, annual savings, solar grants and tax

incentives. All Brighter WNY attendees will receive group discounted pricing in a tiered pricing

structure that is based on the total number of homeowners that sign up. The more homeowners

that sign up, the more everyone saves. Monthly Brighter WNY community events will be held

throughout 2014, with dates, places and times to come.

Solar Liberty Vice President Nathan Rizzo said, “An educational program like Brighter Western

New York has been my goal for a many years. Solar is now affordable for every homeowner

and it requires no out of pocket expense. Solar is the only viable technology that allows

homeowners to gain independence from their electric bill.”

With a cumulative capacity of 247MWs worth of solar arrays, New York State ranks 9th

in solar power production. In 2013, 10731 (69.4MW) homeowners went solar, there

are now more solar installations in New York State than New York City taxi cabs.
Source: SEIA (Solar Energy Industries Association)

 

‘Brighter Western New York’ Community Events are Open and FREE to the public.
Program Overview:
• Group volume discounted pricing, the more homeowners that sign up, the more everyone saves.
• How solar works
• Solar funding (NYSERDA Grants, NY State and Federal Tax Incentives)
• Affordable financing and easy pay options


Schenck Hall, #107
4380 Main St.
Amherst, NY  14226                                               

Day
Date
Time
Wed. Mar. 12th 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Tues. Mar. 18th 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Mon. Mar. 24th 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Thurs. Mar. 27th 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Solar Liberty installed a 24.36kW solar array for Daemen College in
March of 2012. Approximate annual savings is $2,200

67 Webster Street
North Tonawanda, NY  14120

Day
Date
Time
Tues. Apr. 8th 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Wed. Apr. 16th 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Thurs. Apr. 24th 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Sat. May 3rd 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Solar Liberty installed a 25.38kW solar array for the Riviera Theatre in
October of 2010. Approximate annual savings is $3,400

Additional Brighter WNY Community events to come!

Complimentary refreshments will be served. RSVP preferred. To learn more
and reserve your space, go to brighterwny.com or call 716.634.3780

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About Solar Liberty
Founded in 2003, Solar Liberty installs grid-tied photovoltaic solar energy systems for
government, nonprofit, education, commercial and residential customers. Solar
Liberty is committed to creating turnkey renewable energy solutions with quality
components. In 2012, NYSERDA and the Department of Energy awarded the
‘Outstanding Achievement Award’ to Solar Liberty, the largest solar electric
installer in New York State. For more information, visit solarliberty.com

 

Media Contact:
Maureen Hanagan, Marketing Manager
716.634.3780 ext. 106
mhanagan@solarliberty.com