Invenergy Receives Unanimous Approval from Long Island Power Authority for Proposed 24.9 MW Shoreham Solar Commons Facility

Invenergy Receives Unanimous Approval from Long Island Power Authority for Proposed 24.9 MW Shoreham Solar Commons Facility

Leading clean energy company will work with the Long Island Power Authority to supply
pollution-free energy to customers from its Shoreham Solar Commons facility

Alternative Development Scenarios

Alternative Development Scenarios

The negative financial impact of a new subdivision will likely fall between $6 and $44 million. No matter what the exact number, though, the results are clear: a new subdivision will generate more costs that benefits. That creates pressure to further increase property taxes or slash school budgets. By contrast, Shoreham Solar Commons will generate between $12 and $16 million in new property tax-derived revenue, without imposing a new long-term cost burden on the community.