Westchester County is known for its blend of bustling cities, quaint villages and
picturesque towns as well as open spaces, and a network of beautiful parks. It offers the
quiet charm of the suburbs with an easy commute into New York City. However, it’s
solar energy production and overall energy efficiency is often underemphasized.
SunPower, a company focusing on photovoltaic solar energy generation systems is one
of the world standards in solar solutions for homes. With over 35 years of dedicated
solar experience, SunPower is the only U.S.-based solar company that's been around
longer than its 25-year warranty. The company’s headquartered in Silicon Valley since
1985 and has received over 1,000 patents for solar innovation.
Its highly energy efficient M-series featuring Maxeon Gen 6 patented solar cells deliver
a great performance with module options ranging from 420W to 440W with a high
conversion efficiency of 22.8%. These modules are protected by a high-transmission
tempered glass with anti-reflective coating, featuring a Class 1 Black anodized frame.
These modules deliver around 60% more energy than conventional ones during their
lifetime. SunPower’s M series is a great addition for your home to reduce electrical costs
in an ever expanding world with increasing electricity usage by the day.
The newer addition to SunPower photovoltaic systems is the U-series Equinox. This PV
system seamlessly integrates SunPower high-efficiency solar panels featuring
cutting-edge technology and superior aesthetics with invisible mounting. It’s the perfect
solution for those who want complete control over their photovoltaic systems.
Consolidated Edison, also known as Con Edison, is an energy services company that
provides renewable energy, sustainability services, cost-effective energy efficiency
solutions, demand response, and energy performance contracting. Its service area
includes the New York City area and Westchester County, that’s located directly north of
In 2019, they collaborated with Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth
Observatory to conduct a sweeping, multi-year study to evaluate present-day
infrastructure, design specifications, and procedures against expected climate changes.
By gaining a better understanding of projected climate changes across the service
area—including increasing temperatures, heavier precipitation events, sea-level rise,
and extreme weather—they were able to identify system vulnerabilities, prioritize
investments, and strengthen infrastructure.
They are dedicated to shift modern day energy systems from the traditional fossil fuels
to clean, and renewable sources of energy across an ever expanding network through
the United States.
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