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    New York State is taking bold action to address climate change through the NYS Climate Action Council Final Scoping Plan 2022, a comprehensive plan that lays out a wide range of initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change in the state. One of the key initiatives under this plan is the cap and invest program, which aims to reduce emissions from large emitters such as power plants and factories.

    Cap and Invest Program Explained

    Cap and Invest Program

    Under the cap and invest program, the state sets a limit, or “cap,” on greenhouse gas emissions from these large emitters. To comply with this cap, these emitters are required to obtain a permit, or “allowance,” for each ton of emissions they produce. The total number of allowances is limited by the cap, and emitters can buy and sell allowances among themselves, creating a market-based system that encourages emissions reductions in the most cost-effective way.

    How the Program Works

    The cap and invest program is expected to raise billions of dollars over the next decade, and a significant portion of these funds will be invested in clean energy projects, including solar energy. This means that businesses that transition to solar energy could benefit not only from the incentives mentioned in the previous email but also from this new funding source.

    Benefits of Transitioning to Solar Energy

    Transitioning to solar energy is a critical step for businesses to take in the fight against climate change. Solar energy is a clean and renewable source of energy that can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By transitioning to solar energy, businesses can reduce their carbon footprint and save money on their energy bills.

    Here’s what you can do

    Our team of experts will work with you every step of the way, from designing and installing your solar panel system to providing ongoing maintenance and support. Simply, contact us using the form below!

    Don’t get left behind! Act now to meet New York’s demands for clean energy and protect your business’s bottom line.

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