星期二, 九月 22, 2020
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Source Power Company to manage community solar subscriptions for 80-MW portfolio

Source Power Company, a leading community solar company in New York, has been chosen by TJA Clean Energy as their exclusive partner for subscriber acquisition and management for their New York community solar portfolio.

“We are tremendously excited to partner with Source Power Company to supply our projects with subscribers and customer management that benefits both the subscribers as well as our projects,” said Alan Alves, CEO of TJA Clean Energy. “We chose Source Power Company because of their complete solution, their track-record in energy supply billing and management, and the ability their team has to service our community of subscribers. We look forward to accelerating the success of community solar throughout New York with this exclusive partnership.”

Source Power Company will provide subscriber acquisition and management for TJA Clean Energy’s 80-MW New York community solar portfolio, located primarily in the National Grid service territory.

“We look forward to partnering with TJA Clean Energy on this huge opportunity for continued community solar growth,” said Victor Ferreira, CEO at Source Power Company.

Source Power Company enables clean energy access to New York communities by committing to focused service with programs and projects for both subscribers and developer sponsors.

Through strong management experience and service, the company currently offers the lowest acquisition and operational costs available in the market. Project subscribers can receive benefits from the first day of enrollment, as opposed to waiting for the commercial operation date (COD).

Lastly, Source Power Company is able to offer a streamlined billing solution, greatly reducing community solar challenges and churn. These are two of the many reasons TJA Clean Energy chose to partner with Source Power Company and why both parties are very optimistic about the growth they will achieve together through this partnership.

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