Bloomberg Selects Energy Supplier For Expanded Community Solar Offering To Employees
July 15, 2021 Email This Story Copyright 2010-21 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Bloomberg announced that it is expanding its employees' access to community solar projects, with 4,800 of its employees based in New York City now able to access community solar managed by Common Energy
The New York City community solar projects will be owned and operated by UGE International
Employees who enroll in the program benefit by receiving clean energy credits that reduce their electricity cost each month. There is no cost to Bloomberg or its employees.
To date, Bloomberg employees are backing seven clean energy projects across the U.S. Northeast region serving ConEdison, Central Hudson Gas & Electric, Orange & Rockland Utilities, PSEG Long Island and PSEG New Jersey territories. Together, these projects will generate approximately 14 million kilowatt hours
Bloomberg and Common Energy initially started to partner in October 2019 making community solar projects available to over 260 employees at the time. The partnership has since grown and with this expansion is now providing nearly 8,700 employees access across New York, New Jersey and Long Island. Bloomberg will continue to collaborate with Common Energy on projects that align with the company’s employee base across the U.S.