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Attention Tabernacle Homeowners! Learn How COMMUNITY SOLAR Benefits YOU! What Does Community Solar Bring to Tabernacle? Community solar projects enable greater access to clean, solar energy. Tabernacle residents who have previously been unable to go solar, due to factors including up-front costs, renting, or unsuitable roof conditions, can now access the benefits of this renewable energy source. Community solar encourages local, clean energy development for communities without compromising the preservation of open space or protected lands in New Jersey. These projects also reduce fossil fuel emissions, improving air quality, and create regional electricity grid resiliency. The community solar project being considered in Tabernacle will support over 400 households annual electricity uses and repurpose an industrial lot that was used for sand & gravel excavation. It’s estimated that individuals who subscribe to this community solar project will save 20% on their electric bills. Community solar is designed to benefit the entire community by providing savings, flexibility, and access to a renewable energy source that helps the environment and invests in the local economy. How Does Community Solar Work? A community solar project is a remotely located solar array whose output is shared among multiple participants, known as subscribers. Subscribers receive a credit on their utility bill based on the amount of energy produced by their share of community solar panels. These subscribers are close to the solar array, but they are not directly connected to the system. Tabernacle residents will have first priority to subscribe and can be located down the road, across town or even counties away as long as they are within the Atlantic City Electric (ACE) territory. Benefits to Tabernacle Homes and Businesses: 20% Savings on Electric Bill Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions Good for the Community Learn More & Show Your Support at the Tabernacle Committee Virtual Meeting, Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m. Paid For bySeneca Energy, LLC
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