community-supported solar campaign that makes it easy for residents to go solar. You’ll get:
Cash flow positive from the beginning
$0 down financing
Insulation from ever-increasing energy costs
25 year warranty
You must sign a contract by February 10th, 2017 to receive the benefits of Solarize East Hampton/Portland.
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See What the Community is Saying…
“The Town of Portland is excited to bring Solarize back to help residents install solar on their homes in a collaborative effort with the Town of East Hampton”, comments Susan Bransfield, Portland’s First Selectman. “Solar can be a very cost efficient way to meet your home’s electricity needs while also helping to reduce the damaging impact of fossil fuels on our local health and the environment. The extension of the 30% federal tax credit and solar-specific financing options allow many more of our residents to stabilize their energy costs affordably. As ordinary citizens working together, we can provide solutions to some of our society’s most pressing problems. I encourage Portland and East Hampton residents to attend one of the public Solarize events over the next 18 weeks and learn how they can go solar!”
-Susan Bransfield, First Selectman of Portland
“The Town of East Hampton is pleased to announce that it has joined forces with Portland to take on the solar challenge. Through this exciting project residents will have an opportunity to learn about residential solar installations and how they can benefit from solar panels at their home. Furthermore, residents who make the decision to get solar panels through this program will have an opportunity to see benefit as a result of bulk purchasing. Going solar is not only going to help our residents pockets but will help our environment as well.”
– Michael Maniscalco, East Hampton Town Manager
Chris and Kerry Darby, Portland Jack Solomon, East Hampton
John and Myrna Rooney, Portland Marty Podskoch, East Hampton