Solarize Lawrenceville-Bloomfield-Garfield

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Solarize Lawrenceville-Bloomfield-Garfield is a community-supported solar campaign providing multiple quotes from qualified, local solar installers so residents and business owners can compare prices and find the best solar solution for their homes and businesses. Solarize Lawrenceville-Bloomfield-Garfield is made possible through the partnership with Lawrenceville United, Lawrenceville Corporation, Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation and Bloomfield Development Corporation.

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Through Solarize Lawrenceville-Bloomfield-Garfield residents and businesses will:

  • Get the most competitive pricing from pre-screened installers
  • Have access to financing options that are right for you
  • Receive impartial assistance from our Solar Advisor

Simply click on “Get Started” to register online and request bids from local installers. You can expect about two installers to bid on your project.

Are you ready to get started?

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City councilwoman Deb Gross speaks to attendees at the Solarize Lawrenceville, Bloomfield and Garfield Launch workshop in April 2016 at the Carnegie Library in Lawrenceville about the importance of solar to the city moving into the new energy future.

 

Laurie Butler’s Solar House in LawrencevilleLaurie Butler house

“We figured that as long as we could at least break even, we would like to support the technology/industry. Our system is supposed to have a pay back of about 8 years and we are well on our way and will probably have it pay for itself in less than that.”

Laurie Butler, Lawrenceville
(39 panels: 15 on the front, 24 on the side.)

 

 

 

Mel Packer & Emily DeFerrari enjoy their array

Mel Packer and Emily DeFerrari have a 4.32 kw 16 panel array in Point Breeze. Why did Mel and Emily decide to install solar? “We put panels on to reduce our load on the environment, both Federal and State credits were available which made it more affordable, and it seemed like the right thing to do in terms of both personal and political commitment to the struggle for environmental justice.”