Keeping Tabs on State and Federal Programs
Although solar energy costs are now low enough to provide competitive net electricity expenses compared to a Massachusetts utility, incentives and access programs still come and go. We keep an eye on the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (Mass DOER), the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), and all federal activity to make sure our customers understand and have access to all currently active offerings.
When applicable, we offer information and guidance on net metering for your facility. Different utilities have unique requirements and rates in reimbursing you for the metered electricity you generated but did not use at your facility.
We also offer guidance and assist in the management of Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SREC II). As a solar energy producer you will be granted credits for each portion of verified output from your system. Selling or auctioning these credits to utilities to meet their renewable energy obligations can be complicated.
From time to time Solarize programs offer group buying discounts to more than homeowners by including government and non-profit businesses. When participating, we will inform our customers.