NYCHA Announces Partners to Design Rooftop Solar Gardens for Communities Citywide, NYCHA, September 25, 2018.
“The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) announced today that it is partnering with five teams led by local non-profits and small businesses that will each design and propose rooftop solar gardens that will increase New Yorkers’ access to sources of low-cost solar power.
“Kinetic Communities Consulting, Solar One, Fifth Avenue Committee, Sol Purpose, and BlocPower will design proposals for up to 6 megawatts of solar capacity generated on 189 rooftops across 28 developments as part of NYCHA’s ACCESSolar program, which stands for ‘ACcelerating Community Empowered Shared Solar.'”
Bright Power is a part of Sol Purpose’s team, including Green City Force, and Solstice. Bright Power will will provide design and construction for up to 2 megawatts of solar power at 73 buildings in 9 developments.