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Key Equipment Finance Funds 16 Massachusetts Community Solar Projects

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One of the nation’s largest bank-held equipment finance companies – Key Equipment Finance – just announced that it’s financing 16 of our community solar projects in Massachusetts. We are working with ENGIE, a global energy developer focusing on responsible growth and the challenges of the energy transition to a low-carbon economy, to develop the Massachusetts arrays. “Key Equipment Finance’s partnership has allowed ... Read More »

Oregon Residents One Step Closer to Community Solar Options

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Last week the Public Utility Commission of Oregon (PUC) adopted new community solar rules that will bring Oregonians one step closer to participating in and benefiting from local solar projects beyond placing solar panels on one’s roof. As reported by the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA), the program approved last week would enable initial development of more than 150 ... Read More »

Community Solar Has Strong Future in South Carolina

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Tesla-owned SolarCity today announced their withdrawal from the rooftop solar market in South Carolina, less than a year after entering the market. The announcement is surprising given the state’s status of being a growing market for solar and the recent adoption of net metering. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) currently ranks South Carolina 27th in the nation for solar ... Read More »

Massachusetts Businesses Save Money with RooflessSolar™

Are you currently paying too much for your business’ electricity bills? RooflessSolar can help! It’s no secret that there are several challenges facing business owners, including unpredictable energy rates, changing environmental standards, increasing sustainability demands from consumers and more. Traditional, on-site solar can be a great way to solve some of these issues, but challenges still exist, including: Large, upfront ... Read More »

New South Carolina Community Solar Program in the News

Did you know that CEC and our partner, South Carolina Electric and Gas Company (SCE&G), have joined together to expand community solar options in South Carolina? Last week we announced a new 16 MWac program that makes solar generation available to qualified SCE&G customers who cannot, or do not wish to, install rooftop solar panels. Several local news publications near ... Read More »