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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 »

Partnership Profile: Huntington House HOA

John Sharp had been searching for ways to incorporate renewable energy into his Denver Homeowner’s Association for a few years before Huntington House HOA signed up for RooflessSolar with CEC. He explored onsite solar energy systems and wind turbines, but found both options were not physically feasible nor were they financially appealing. Then he heard about community solar and Clean ... Read More »

Businesses Benefitting from RooflessSolar

All businesses are looking for ways to cut costs, and many businesses are looking for ways to cut energy use. But the options available to address both of these at the same time are limited, especially for small or emerging businesses. With the cost of solar energy plummeting, and over one million solar systems installed, solar is proving to be ... Read More »

Community Solar Delivering Value to All Utility Customers

Grid performance and reliability is the primary goal for every utility. Given an electricity delivery system that has operated for the most part on 1950’s technology, delivering on that promise is a challenging and cost-intensive endeavor. And with the rapid growth of distributed energy resources—smaller local generating power sources versus massive centralized power plants—we are requiring more of the energy ... Read More »