The second year of the Solarize Flower City campaign kicked off in Irondequoit Saturday.
The goal of the program, put on by ROC Spot and NYSERDA, is to talk about the advantages of solar on people’s homes, offer incentives, and answer questions for homeowners.
Vice President of ROC Spot, Bailey Burritt, says solar energy has come a long way. “People still are not aware of how far the technology has come. They’re still thinking about it in 20 years ago terms. So actually, it’s advanced a great deal in the past 20 years,” Burritt remarked.
Burritt says solar has also become more affordable for homeowners, especially with extra incentives.
For more information on how you can solarize your home, visit ROC Spot here.