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Posted on: March 8, 2021

Omni Renewables

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INTERESTED IN COMMUNITY SOLAR??

 

The Town of Malta is proud to announce it has partnered with Omni Renewables and its Municipal Green Energy Partnership Program for Community Solar.  The Town has enrolled its National Grid electric accounts with Omni’s Community Solar farms.  As part of the program, Omni is making a donation to the Town’s Bikeway and Sidewalk Improvement Project.

In addition, Omni is inviting Town residents with National Grid as its utility company to be part of the program.  Please note this offer and program is not available to any Town residents that have NYSEG as their utility.  For each Town resident that enrolls with Omni’s Community Solar Farms, Omni will also make a $50 donation to the Town’s Bikeway and Sidewalk Improvement Project.  This will be on top of the $50 Visa E-gift card each resident will receive for signing up (emailed to each customer 30 days after enrolling).  Interested Town residents can learn more and enroll at https://portal.on-renewables.com/residential?referral=MALTA.   Please be sure to enter MALTA as the promo code to ensure your enrollment is included for the additional $50 donation to the Town.

You can also visit Omni Renewables website at www.on-renewables.com to learn more about how community solar works and Omni’s product.  There is no fee to sign up and no payment ever due.   The National Grid electric savings will show up on your National Grid bill as a credit once the community solar farm is built and interconnected to National Grid’s utility infrastructure.  No long-term commitment required with Omni’s product as there is no penalty to terminate with 60 day notice.  You will need to have a copy of a recent National Grid bill available when signing up.

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