Solar Generation

Solar Power for the Hudson Valley

For over a decade, Solar Generation has worked hard to ensure a bright future for our friends and neighbors in the Hudson Valley. Locally owned and expert in the field, Solar Generation makes going solar easy and affordable.

State grants, income tax credits, and low interest loans make producing your own clean electricity cheaper than buying it from your power company. We also offer battery back up systems to keep necessary equipment running in case of a power outage. We ensure a smooth transition to solar from start to finish, with trusted solar power equipment installed by our skilled and reliable employees.

Solar Generation designs and installs high quality solar electric systems as well as energy storage systems (i.e. batteries), which can integrate into homes, businesses, and nonprofits in Ulster, Dutchess, Columbia, Greene, and Sullivan counties in New York State.

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Solar Generation Team

The Solar Generation Team

Our Founders, Todd & Jason, captured the independent, creative spirit of the region by delivering bespoke first-in-class solar installations. Paul, our new President, is carrying this legacy forward into the next decade & beyond.

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Video: Solar Power for the Hudson Valley

We’ve been helping the Hudson Valley community and the environment since 2004. Find out how we simplify the customer experience and make going solar easy and rewarding.


Solar Array, Ikea

IKEA Adds 1.26 MW of Solar

IKEA just announced that they will be adding 1.26 MW of solar on their future store in Norfolk, Virginia. The store will also offer Blink EV charging stations for EV drivers to charge up while they shop.

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Woodstock Animal Sanctuary -- Clients

A Word from our Clients

Our high quality work, keen attention to detail, and regard for budget have made us popular with both residents and business owners, like Doug & Jenny from the Woodstock Animal Sanctuary, pictured here.