The Jockey Hill Solar Farm
The Jockey Hill Solar Farm
The Jockey Hill Solar Farm

The Jockey Hill Solar Farm



Solar Alliance Freedom is committed to building affordable sustainable solar projects to benefit quality of life, financial stability, and energy equality through community partnerships. Our Community distributed generation programs, also known as CDG are targeted in New York State to help reduce electric bills for municipalities, businesses, business owners, residents and low to moderate income families. This solar program is designed to help 9/11 First Responders with medical and financial benefits not covered by the WTC Health program from the profits of clean renewable solar energy. Together we can all lower Co2 emissions and mitigate climate change. Making a healthier, resilient world.

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Team Information

Team Lead
Azriel Alleyne
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New York

Project Description

Project / Program Description

Solar Alliance Freedom, Inc. (SAF) founded in 2012 by 9/11 first responder Azriel Alleyne, is developing a 4 MW solar farm with a unique and important mission: a portion of the profit generated from the sale of electricity will be to use to pay medical bills and provide support for 9/11 first responders and victims still suffering. This project will be built on a 49-acre landfill in Kingston, NY Mid-Hudson Valley. The Jockey Hill Solar Farm will generate clean electricity to power homes, businesses and municipalities in the Central Hudson Gas & Electric Territory.  Solar Alliance Freedom mission to help communities, and Low to Moderate Individuals take part in the clean renewable economy.