ReWire and the Energy Brothers Present: The Clean Energy Lifestyle – Webinar Series 

Clean Energy Lifestyle

You are invited to a Zoom Webinar.

When: May 28, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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ReWire and the Energy Brothers are conducting a Webinar Series called “Upgrade to the Clean Energy Life”. This webinar will highlight the benefits of a Clean Energy Life which includes saving money, protecting the environment and living a more sustainable and enjoyable life. Participants will come away with actions you can take right now as well as future activities and projects to think about along the journey to upgrading to a Clean Energy Life.

Take away:

  • List of activities you can do now and, in the future, to live a Clean Energy Life
  • Download free eBook – 5 Things Consumers can do to Fight Climate Change
  • Free Energy Brothers T-shirt for people who register and chance to win additional giveaways!

Please submit any questions you would like to see us address to le*********@re*********.net. We will try to answer all questions during the webinar. 

ReWire Brings Community Solar to Albany Landlord

The owner/manager of 250 student apartments in Albany’s Pine Hills neighborhood expects to save $5,000 to $7,000 annually by purchasing power generated from a community solar farm near Troy.

Asaf Elkayam, president of Jerusalem Management, arranged for the purchase through ReWire Energy of Saratoga Springs.

ReWire Energy served as a broker for Hope Solar Farm in Brunswick.

It’s the first deal of this size for ReWire Energy, which is offering community solar subscriptions for businesses, homeowners, apartment owners, tenants, churches and nonprofit groups.

“Asaf is by far our biggest customer,” said Lee Evans, president of ReWire Energy.

The 2-megawatt solar farm in Brunswick was developed by High Peaks Solar. It will soon be connected to the energy grid.

Community solar farms enable homeowners, businesses and other energy users to save on their utility bills without installing solar panels on their buildings or land. The energy credits from community solar are applied to subscribers’ utility bills. Subscribers are billed at a 10% discount for the value of the credits.

See More About How Jerusalem Management is Saving with Community Solar