June 30, 2022
Albert M. Greenfield School (Greenfield) delivered a $1,079 donation to the Philadelphia Energy Authority to help low- and moderate-income... Read More
Projects that move the needle on carbon reduction are bringing established companies, investors and entrepreneurs to the city.
Statewide, the number of clean energy jobs already outpaces the number of fossil fuel jobs.
Reducing the energy burden for Philadelphians means homes that are safe, warm, healthy and affordable for the long term.
In public buildings, schools, homes and businesses, clean and efficient energy is a vehicle for improving the health of our communities.
The Philadelphia Energy Authority, through the leadership and support of City Council President Darrell Clarke, launched the Philadelphia Energy Campaign in February 2016 to create jobs, strengthen communities, cut energy bills and reduce Philadelphia’s carbon footprint. The Campaign will leverage $1 billion in public and private financing to invest in clean energy and energy efficiency projects in four key sectors. Learn more
The Philadelphia Energy Authority recently launched the Philadelphia Green Capital Corp. to grow City’s clean energy economyLearn More
Solarize Philly is a citywide program to help all Philadelphians go solar. The Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA) launched Solarize Philly to make the process of installing solar as easy and affordable as possible.
The water and sewer line program protects consumers from the unexpected. For a low monthly cost of $9.89 per month, Philadelphia homeowners and landlords have the option to obtain unlimited coverage for their water and/or sewer line.
To sign up visit: www.AWRUSA.com/Philadelphia or call 1-844-765-7260
Due to COVID-19, PEA will be primarily working off site to keep our employees, students, partners and the public safe and healthy until further notice. All of our programming remains operational, including Solarize Philly, Bright Solar Futures (with modifications, which have been communicated to current students), the Water and Sewer Line Protection Program, C-PACE and the Philadelphia Solar Rebate Program. Please be sure to leave a voicemail if we don’t answer the phone and allow for a bit of additional response time. Thank you for your patience, and stay safe!
Local, diverse companies and individuals to help construct the grid-scale clean energy project Contact:Emily SchapiraPhiladelphia Energy Authority215-686-4483 (Office)215-203-2906 (Cell)email@example.com... Read More