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PTM Solar Inc. is a New York based company. Because of limitations on roof access and roof suitability, the majority of households and businesses cannot install solar panels or other clean energy technologies on their properties. PTM Solar solves this problem by enabling virtually anyone to support a clean energy project, through their existing utility account, without any on-site installation.

PTM Solar partners with project developers and utilities to connect new, local, clean energy projects to the grid. Energy from these projects replaces fossil fuels, lowering emissions in your community.  By supporting one of our projects, you are literally helping the electrical grid and the air you breath become cleaner, not just for you, for everyone.

Here at PTM Solar we specializes in developing sales organizations for solar developers across the United States. We focus our efforts on Sales & Marketing; which brings our client's products and/or services right to the consumer.

Consumers can subscribe to the Community Solar Project and receive savings from 10% to 25% on their regular electricity bill for the clean energy produced. Everyone, including renters, co-op/condo owners and businesses, can save money by accessing the clean energy produced by these solar farms.


The customer will keep your current electricity utility and start seeing a guaranteed savings on their monthly bill based on how much energy is generated by your community solar project. This service is currently available in the New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Maine, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode Island and Illinois state areas.

PTM Solar Inc. also offers Affordable Connectivity Programs (ACP) to help families and households struggling to afford internet service. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more.

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The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC program is available if the household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or if a member of the household meets certain criterias.

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