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Massachusetts Solar Directory

The Charles River BridgeWelcome to the Massachusetts residential and commercial solar panel installers directory. Massachusetts has one of the best solar energy system incentives programs in the country.

Commonwealth Solar II: Solar energy systems up to 5 kw receive a base rebate of $1/watt. Adders for MA company components and moderate home value and income can increase the rebate greatly.

Commonwealth Solar Stimulus: Solar energy systems 5.1-200 kw Commercial customers are eligible for rebates from an $8 million pool, partially provided by ARRA funds.

New for 2010, the Solar Credit market in Massachusetts will pay residential and commercial solar owners a fixed, high rate for ten years for the solar renewable energy credits (SRECs) associated with the electricity produced by their systems. The initial rate for the program is $300 per SREC (one MWh=one SREC).

Coupled with 2600 hours of annual sunshine, these incentives make the state an attractive place for investing in solar PV panels, solar pool heat, and solar heat systems—for both residential and commercial users. Want to learn more? Check out our full information on Mass rebates, tax breaks and other incentives for solar power. 

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More about solar power in MA

Support for solar energy in Massachusetts is strong: the state boasts an array of tax credits, rebates, loans and other incentive programs to help residents and businesses get solar. You can review our Massachusetts solar incentives page for more information, but a few of these programs deserve a quick review here. The state provides a renewable energy personal income tax credit worth up to 15% of system costs, up to $1,000. Excess credit can be carried forward for three years. There's also a renewable energy certificate (REC) purchase program available from Mass Energy, a non-profit that will buy the RECs associated with the electricity generated by solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. As of mid-2009, Mass Energy was offering $0.03/kWh for a 3-year contract. The state's main solar rebate program is administered through the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MTC). To be eligible, you must be a customer of one of the participating investor-owned utilities. Rebate amounts vary by sector and system size. Beyond this, a number of the state's other utilities offer rebate programs for both solar PV systems and solar thermal (solar hot water) systems. The bottom line is that, on balance with the rest of the country, Massachusetts provides strong support to residents and businesses who adopt solar power solutions. And don't forget about the 30-percent renewable energy tax credit available from the federal government. Resident who take the federal credit, worth up to 30 percent of total installed system costs, may carry forward any excess credit to the subsequent tax year. Finally, for commercial systems installed in 2009 and 2010, businesses can receive a solar energy grant instead of, and equal to, the 30-percent tax credit. 

Among the Massachusetts solar installation pros above, you'll find an array of service offerings: solar panel installation, solar thermal system installation, LEED-certified building and contracting, home energy audit rating system (HERS) experts, and miscellaneous renewable energy consulting services. To get started on your project, simply complete our solar information form. It's free and takes only a few minutes to fill out. After we learn about your monthly energy needs, we'll work with our MA solar installation partners to get you quality service and an unbeatable price. What are you waiting for? Get solar in Massachusetts. 

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