Clean, Solar Energy for Massachusetts
Do you want to go solar in Massachusetts? See how Community Solar makes it easy to support renewable energy with $0 down and no rooftop installation.
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The Benefits of Massachusetts Community Solar
Go Solar. No Roof Required. Here's How:
In Massachusetts, you can now support clean, solar energy without a rooftop solar system, and earn solar credits. Here’s how Clearway Community Solar Works.
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Learn all there is to know about Clearway’s Massachusetts Community Solar program by downloading this educational deck!
Why Choose Community Solar?
- Clean, Sustainable Energy for Massachusetts
- Dedication to Renewable Power
- No Rooftop Installation
- No Ongoing Maintenance
- $0 Down, No Up-Front Costs
- Transparent Pricing Structure
- Easy Sign Up
- Supports Local Jobs
Energy Cost Management
Whether your motivation is to protect the environment for current and future generations or to better manage electricity costs, you could have both when you choose Clearway Community Solar. You’ll support clean energy in your community and could accumulate long-term energy savings with solar credits. Each month, Clearway Community Solar will apply solar credits to your utility bill based on the solar output from your subscribed portion of our local solar farm. Learn how solar credits can mean savings for your home. Program varies by region.
Solar Companies in Massachusetts
Solar power is growing rapidly in the United States and around the world. In Massachusetts, there are a variety of solar companies that offer rooftop solar and community solar options. Take a look at how Clearway Community Solar compares to top solar companies in Massachusetts.
Our Massachusetts Solar Farms
In Massachusetts, we’ve built some of the nation’s largest Community Solar farms. Fun fact: Our Spencer, Massachusetts farm currently represents the largest Community Solar farm in the United States, spanning across 200 acres of the historic St. Joseph’s Abbey. St. Joseph’s Abbey is a community of Trappist monks, encouraged to be self-supportive by selling goods to the public, including a brewery project, Spencer Trappist Ale, and Trappist Preserves, a variety of jams and preserves! Take a look at this Community Solar farm and more.
Who is Eligible?
If you are in our Massachusetts footprint and pass our qualifications, you are eligible to enroll. We currently serve communities in Greater Boston, Spencer, Pepperell, Freetown and more. The process is simple, and our solar specialists will guide you every step of the way.
Boston, MA Solar Energy
Finding affordable and convenient solar options can be difficult in the Greater Boston area. Now, Boston residents have a better option for solar energy with community solar farms.
Massachusetts has a new incentive program called Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART). Check out how the program expands solar access to residents and encourages more solar development.
History of Deregulation
Energy deregulation in Massachusetts began in the late ’90s. It was a simple way to encourage healthy competition between utilities and drive down electricity prices in the state. Take a look at how Community Solar grew as a result of deregulation.
Ready to Join Our Massachusetts Solar Community?
Sunny skies are ahead. Let us tell you more. Speak to a dedicated solar specialist to get more information about our roofless solar option in Massachusetts. Have a recent utility bill handy and receive a free quote.