CleanChoice Energy has launched a new community solar program in Massachusetts, starting with 3.489 MW of proposed capacity.
According to the renewable energy company, the launch opens hundreds of new subscriber allocations for Bay State residents in the National Grid service area.
“We know that Massachusetts residents want to do their part on climate and the environment. Community solar allows people to make an impact by supporting local solar projects and helping reduce carbon emissions,” says Tom Matzzie, CEO of CleanChoice Energy. “CleanChoice Energy Community Solar makes it easy. Bay State residents can sign up online in just a few minutes and save money on their utility bills.”
The platform connects people to local community solar projects, allowing residents and businesses to see up to a 10% savings on their utility bills with no upfront investment.