How Does it Work?
Enjoy the benefits of cleaner energy without having to install solar panels or wind turbines on your home. Signing up is easy and free!
Instead of installing a solar energy project on your property, you subscribe to a piece of our fuel cell farm. The energy we produce is divided among multiple participating customers, saving everyone money. Once you sign up and the fuel cell farm starts producing electricity, you’ll begin realizing savings on your monthly energy bill in the form of credits representing real dollars.
This opportunity is a result of a New York State program which in Long Island is administered by PSEG-LI. There are a limited number of available slots, so sign up today!
We are currently 55% subscribed,
spots are limited so please don’t wait!
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*Once we are fully subscribed, we can no longer accept new customers
Community Power Long Island is a Prime Efficiency Partner of PSEG Long Island working to help you lower your electric bill.
Our Community Fuel Cell Farm Adds Electricity to Your Utility’s Grid
Community Power LI works directly with your utility company to connect our fuel cell farm to the local grid.
You Enroll in a Community Power Subscription
Once you sign up for our program, the utility distributes the energy from our fuel cell farm to you in the form of an on-bill energy credit.
You Reduce Your Electric Bill with Energy Credits
The energy credits are applied to your monthly electric bill and you save 10% while helping Long Island shift to cleaner energy.
Who can benefit?
Residential homeowners and renters on Long Island
Will see their electric bills reduced each month by 10 percent. There are no installation costs or sign-up fees: just sign up and you’ll begin benefiting from cleaner, cheaper power.
Commercial building owners on Long Island
Facing a challenging economy and costs imposed by energy-draining buildings, Community Power LI’s program can unlock predictable 10% savings for non-demand commercial utility customers and demonstrate a commitment to a cleaner energy future.
Nonprofit & Community Organizations on Long Island
Lock in 10% savings themselves and fundraise with us as an affiliate to bring 10% electricity to your staff, supporters, and volunteers.
NOx | SO2 Reductions
111,550 lbs/yr | 42,705 lbs/yr
2,106 M gals/yr
CO2 emissions from:
of coal burned
Greenhouse gas emissions from:
5,729 passenger vehicles
driven for one year
Carbon sequestered by:
32,277 acres of U.S
forests in one year
Sustainability benefits compare Bloom emissions to the emissions of the marginal gas-fired generator on the grid. Uses Bloom emissions assumption of 818 lbs of Co2/MWh (based on historical data)
Source: EPA eGRID 2018. https://www.epa.gov/energy/emissions-generation-resource-integrated-database-egrid
CEC Water Use Factor: Page 41, Table 12 – http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/1405/pdf/circ1405.pdf
Equivalency Data: https://www.epa.gov/energy/greenhouse-gas-equivalencies-calculator
Ready to get started saving?
About Community Power LI
Community Power LI’s management team has deep expertise in clean energy, New York State & Long Island policy, operations, and New York real estate. Each of its principals has more than ten years of experience in the clean energy sector in New York State.
Community Power LI has the stamp of approval of the Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI), a regional non-profit organization founded in 1969 by government, business, and civic leaders on Long Island who came together to address the growing demand for affordable housing. That strong tri-sector support continues today and the organization provides a variety of programs and services that address the dynamic challenges faced by those who live and work on Long Island, including savings from clean energy.
Additionally, LI Community Power has developed strategic relationships and exclusive agreements to provide the emerging market for distributed generation and energy storage with the products and services which will represent a new paradigm in the way electric energy is delivered and used in our nation’s homes and commercial properties.