New York State Solar job opportunities
Have you ever wanted to step into a job where you know your work has real-world benefits?
One where you can say that you will never have a dull day?
A job where you can think on your feet, overcome obstacles, and work together as a team to achieve longterm and sustainable goals?
Working with New York State Solar is right for you.
Homeowners decide to make the switch to solar for different reasons.
Some are environmentally conscious and want to reduce their carbon footprint.
Others want to save money and take control of their energy production.
For many it’s both — and that’s awesome.
The problem is that many are not aware of the solar opportunities that are available to them.
Solar is a confusing process that involves third party interference, signing contracts, and taking time out of a homeowner’s life.
That’s where we come in.
Enthusiasm and drive
New York State Solar informs communities about the solar opportunities at their feet.
As New York taxpayers, the NY – Sun program is available to qualifying homeowners.
Local installers are ready to help homeowners make the switch to solar, and we connect them
We look for team players — people who are willing to ask, learn, and grow — in one of the most upbeat environments you’ll find.
We look for authenticity and passion so that every single person who speaks to you knows that the switch to solar is not only the right one, it’s an exciting one.
If you feel like this describes you, we urge you to apply now.
States make independent stands to help subsidize the American solar industry.
The decision to go solar is both an economic and environmental investment.
New York State’s Clean Energy Initiative requires the state run on 50 percent clean and renewable energy by 2030. NY – Sun was created to support this measure.
NY – Sun is a New York taxpayer benefit program that allows qualifying homeowners to make the easy switch to solar energy.
Click here to see if your house can qualify for NY-Sun and begin your quest for energy independence today.