Featured Projects

Hetcheltown Farm

written by monolith solar, July 21, 2016

This is our farm on Hetcheltown Road, in Schenectady.  Its producing about 450 KW at peak, and is expected to save the county about $30,000 a year.  The project has almost 2,000 solar panels and is one of our bigger farms, to date.

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Featured Project: Nelliston Farm

written by monolith solar, April 27, 2016

Our 200KW farm in Nelliston, NY is now operational.   This farm delivers clean energy to the Fort Plain school district, and other places, as it absorbs the sun rays with its cutting edge power technology.  The grand opening of the farm was viewed by the town mayor, assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara and the superintendent of the school.
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The Importance of Changing Your Electric Anniversary

written by monolith solar, March 16, 2016

Anniversaries can be so tricky.  What was the date exactly?  Is it today?  Was I supposed to get something?  Sometimes, you just wish you could change the date.  Make it something easy to remember, like April first, or march 15th, Halloween or New Years.  Especially your anniversary, or “true-up” date with the power company, but that one can be changed and it could save you a lot of money.

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New York Solar Incentives

written by monolith solar, March 9, 2016

A few states offer rebates, incentives, and other rewards for going renewable, but New York is determined to be a leader in renewable energy.  The state has previously set a goal of having 30% energy consumption by renewable in 2015, and solar is booming across the nation, but its something special in New York.
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Monolith Solar’s New Black Panels

written by monolith solar, February 1, 2016

Our new monochrystalline black panels are some of the best in the industry, and with its low profile, sleek black look its certainly the most aesthetically pleasing panels in the industry. These panels absorb light at a rate of 99.7%, and are made using a dense network of nanoscale needles on top of standard silicone, which have as much as a 50% efficiency increase over the previous panels.

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