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DER systems allow owners to reduce their facilities’ carbon footprints, rein in energy costs, and improve utility grid power-outage resiliency.
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DERs are electricity-producing resources like solar or controllable loads like energy storage/batteries that are connected to a utility customer within the local electricity distribution system.
Utility customers can include commercial, industrial, institutional and multifamily facilities as well as single-family residences.
This site provides information on DERs installed in New York, many of which received State incentives and report performance data to NYSERDA.
Explore this site to:
- See where DER projects are located across NYS
- Learn about DER technologies
- Investigate DER projects and performance data
DERs can play a critical role in supporting Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA). The CLCPA codifies Governor Cuomo’s nation-leading goals as called for under his Green New Deal, mandating that at least 70% of New York's electricity come from renewable energy sources such as wind and solar by 2030, and that the state's power system is 100% carbon neutral by 2040. The CLCPA also codifies Governor Cuomo’s nation-leading commitments to install 6,000 megawatts of distributed solar by 2025 and 3,000 megawatts of energy storage by 2030.