Just north of the Bronx, Westchester County is a convenient location for those who want access to the city without having to consign themselves to some of the difficulties that can be associated with living in the city itself. The extra space available to residents in Westchester County offers easier living conditions and, in turn, great advantages to those interested in solar panel installation. Extra living space usually translates into extra roof space and this is great news for those looking to invest in solar panels for their residential property.
It’s not just residential solar consumers that are at an advantage though, commercial properties can avail of these advantages too. With lots of room for sunlight to hit the panels, in addition to all the great financial incentives and rebates available statewide, Westchester County is a great place for both residential and commercial property owners to invest in solar energy. Like the rest of New York, utility companies in Westchester County are experienced in working with solar energy, so you can put a serious dent in your electric bill when you decide to take advantage of all the benefits a solar-powered property can bring.
As well playing host to countless conventional residential and commercial solar projects, Westchester County also hosts the first Community Choice Aggregation initiative established under Governor Cuomo's Reforming the Energy Vision plan. Learn more about this fanastic initiative here.
Without the typical New York obstructions associated with the city, skyscrapers and scaffolding, you’ll find a more naturally scenic part of the state north of the Bronx in Westchester County.
The financial incentives and tax rebates on offer to residential and commercial properties with solar systems are a big draw for potential consumers and this is no different in Westchester County.
Alongside access to the great universities and colleges dotted around the state of New York, Westchester County is home to a number of its own great educational institutes and facilties.
Westchester County is home to a number of historic buildings, from mansions to manors, and, of course, a quick trip south will find you immersed in the thriving cultural landscape of New York City.