Auburn, New York is home to Civil War history. The Seward House Museum honors famous resident William Seward, Lincoln’s Secretary of State. In 1857, he sold property to his friend from the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman. She purchased more land in 1896. Civil War history buffs can visit the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park and find her grave in Fort Hill Cemetery.
Today, Auburn is still helping to change history and our environment for the better with a new community solar farm. It’s located on Twelve Corners Road, about midway between Owasco Lake and Skaneateles Lake. If you’re a National Grid customer, you don’t have to live in Auburn, be a history buff, or visit the farm to have an impact. Sign-up takes just five minutes. You’ll help the environment and save up to 10% on your monthly energy costs, too. Spots are limited, so don’t wait.
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On average, people who participate in community solar programs save up to 10% on their monthly energy costs.1 You can, too.
Over 90 million metric tons of carbon dioxide are offset each year by American solar power, and you can be part of it. That’s like planting almost 1.5 billion trees!2
Green Street Power Partners
Green Street Power Partners is a national developer, financier, owner and operator of community solar projects that are serving the residents and businesses of communities all across the country. With 21 fully subscribed projects and another three accepting applications or in development, we’re excited about the impact we’ve been able to have in New York, Massachusetts, and Minnesota – and where our plans may take us in the future. While helping our clients achieve their goals is key, our mission is helping to build a renewable energy future together.