Save at least 5%* on electricity costs and join 20,000+ Altus Power members to promote the growth of renewable energy in NY

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*Savings will vary by month based on your energy usage and subscription details. 5% savings are applied toward the value of the solar credits you receive.

Reasons Community Solar is Rapidly growing in New York

Our community solar farms provide the clean power people want, without having to install expensive solar panels on their roofs. Whether you’re a homeowner or renter, you still get the savings. Together we can help New York reach its goal
of 100% renewable electricity by 2040.

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Megawatts of our clean energy is being
provided to communities across the country

How Community Solar Works


Our Altus Power solar farms in New York generate power from the sun.


Clean solar power is delivered into the local utility grid.


For every $1 of solar credits on your utility bill, you pay Altus Power 95¢ – at least a 5% savings on your electricity costs. 

Watch How Community Solar Works

Simply enroll and we do the rest!

There’s no need for solar panels
on your roof!
Our solar power is already being provided to the local utility – this program allows you to receive the savings from it.

There’s no change to your electricity service – just a lower monthly bill! As an Altus Power member, your utility will credit you for the solar electricity we provide. Then you pay Altus Power 5% less than that amount. 

You’ll enjoy lower electricity costs, guaranteed! There are no sign-up fees, no hidden fees or long-term commitments. You can cancel anytime with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

About Altus Power

Altus Power currently has clean energy projects delivering over 690 megawatts of clean energy across 24 states and to over 20,000 community solar customers. Our green electricity lowers New York’s carbon emissions, helping to create a cleaner, healthier world for ourselves, our community and for generations to come! We are currently developing more new community solar projects in New York, which will provide even more clean energy and save local residents money.