Bordering both Nassau County and the Atlantic Ocean, Babylon is one of ten towns making up Suffolk County. With a population of just over 200,000 and plenty of economic and social activity in the area, the demand for energy is understandably high. With sustainable, renewable energy sources looking set to dominate the energy field in the coming years, Babylon is well placed to join the solar revolution.
Across the state of New York, solar energy has seen a rapid increase in popularity across the past decade, for both residential and commercial properties alike. A big part of the appeal involves the fantastic solar incentives and rebates available to New York residents and, thankfully, these fantastic financial incentives are applicable to Babylon solar customers as well.
Babylon is abundant in natural beauty, home to a number of notable parks, beaches, harbors and islands thanks to its oceanside location.
Like all New York municipalities, Babylon can avail of the many excellent solar incentives and rebates available across the state.
In addition to its own second-level institutions, Babylon is conveniently located for access to colleges across Long Island and the rest of New York.
Though better known for its natural beauty, Babylon also features some beautiful old buildings like the town hall and its library.
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