New York is a leader in the clean energy transition with some of the most ambitious renewable targets in the nation to reach 70% renewables by 2030. With more than two decades of experience working in the state, we have helped New York lead the adoption of solar, solar-plus-storage, and standalone storage at the community and utility-scale.
From Upstate to Downstate and everywhere in between, we utilize our experience and in-house expertise to foster partnerships with customers and co-create solutions to responsibly meet the energy and economic needs of communities across the state. Whether partnering with communities, utility customers, or Fortune 500 companies, we make achieving New York's clean energy targets beneficial for everyone.
Impact we've made
Total operational megawatts (MWdc) in the state
Operational projects in the state
Year we began operating in the state
Together with Anheuser-Busch
Anheuser-Busch is proud to be a leading contributor to New York’s economy—and a committed community partner.
The solar installation provides an additional 3 million kilowatt-hours back to the distribution grid annually, providing enough solar electricity to brew more than 3 million cases of beverages a year.
– 2.76 MWdc
- Generates enough renewable energy annually to produce 3.6 million cases of beer
- Supports Anheuser-Busch in achieving their ambitious goal of using 100% renewable energy by 2025
We present landowners with new opportunities to capitalize on the value of their land while retaining ownership throughout the project life cycle. For many, this is a welcome complement to current land use and an opportunity to diversify their land investment while hedging against volatile commodity prices. For others, our projects offer an income stream and land-use option where none otherwise existed.
Our teams and landowners work together, in partnership, from the beginning stages of site discussions, through permitting, construction, and operation. The landowner relationship with AES begins early, is built on trust and open communication, and ensures the partnership is beneficial for everyone.
Impact we're making
|Project name||Planned capacity||Planned storage capacity||CO2 emissions reduced*||Expected operational date||Project webpage|
|Riverhead Solar 2||36 MWac||--||73,000 metric tons||October 2022||Click here|
|Riverside Solar||100 MWac||--||133,000 metric tons||Q4 2023||Click here|
|Brookside Solar||100 MWac||--||131,000 metric tons||Q4 2023||Click here|
|New Bremen Solar||100 MWac||--||130,000 metric tons||Q4 2023||Click here|
|Sugar Maple Solar||125 MWac||20 MW||162,000 metric tons||Q4 2023||Click here|
|Empire Solar||125 MWac||--||160,000 metric tons||Q4 2023||Click Here|
|Somerset Solar||140-200 MWac||--||182,575+ metric tons||Q4 2023||Click Here|
*Approximate annual carbon dioxide emissions reduced
Project information is approximate and subject to change
Proud members of
Partnerships and memberships in the state
- Riverhead Business Improvement District
- Riverhead Little League
- Riverhead High School Robotics Team
- Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch
- Riverhead Cardboard Boat Races
- Long Island Farm Bureau Golf Fundraiser
- Island Harvest Food Bank (COVID relief donation)
- Peconic Bay Medical Center
- New York Solar Energy Industry Association (NY SEIA)
- New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY BEST)
New York Office HoursHave a question or comment for AES about their work in your community? Give us a call during these hours to talk to a company representative.
- Every Monday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM EST
- Every Thursday from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM EST
- Call our New York office at 866-757-7697 (866-SLRPOWR)
NY Toll-Free Phone Number: 866-757-7697 (866-SLRPOWR)
NY Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NY Office Address:
195 Montague Street
14th Floor, Suite 1461
Brooklyn, NY 11201