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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 »

Press Release: TD Garden Taps Community Solar for Clean Energy, Lower Costs

WORCESTER, MASS. (February 13, 2017) – Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the nation’s leading community solar solutions provider, has announced a deal with Delaware North, owner and operator of TD Garden, to reduce the electricity costs of New England’s largest sports and entertainment arena through community solar. TD Garden is serving as an anchor tenant in CEC’s 1.3 MW community shared ... Read More »

How Small Businesses Are Reaping the Benefits of Community Solar

Small businesses around the country are realizing more and more the benefits of solar energy because of the incredible way to save on energy expenses. But for many small businesses, putting a solar system on their roofs or properties doesn’t make financial sense, or is outright impossible for many reasons. If you’re a small business and you rent your property, ... Read More »

More Middle-Class Massachusetts Residents Are Going Solar

Massachusetts is known for the Pilgrims, Boston cream pie and its excellent educational institutions—not its amount of annual sunshine. Still, with the sun beaming brightly just over half the year, it’s enough sunlight to earn Massachusetts fourth in the nation in terms of installed solar capacity. Ranked second (behind New York) for residential solar growth, the Commonwealth added more than ... Read More »

Crews are Making Progress on First Uxbridge Community Solar Array

The first of three community-shared solar arrays in Uxbridge, Mass. is under construction and progressing quickly. Through Clean Energy Collective’s SolarPerks™ program, the 1 MW Uxbridge Community Solar Array makes solar energy accessible to every residential and commercial ratepayer in National Grid’s service territory, with no upfront costs and immediate savings for the next 20 years. Featuring more than 3,300 high-efficiency solar electric panels, the 1 ... Read More »

Go Solar, Support Childhood Cancer Fund

In the United States, one in every 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer before their 20th birthday. One Mission, a Massachusetts nonprofit, is dedicated to enhancing the lives of pediatric cancer patients and their families. The organization’s Buzz Off for Kids program invites participants to raise money and shave their heads in support of kids with cancer. Dan Collins, a police officer in ... Read More »

Last Day to Support Massachusetts Community Solar Bill

Clean Energy Collective has an urgent request for all supporters of community solar in Massachusetts!  The Massachusetts legislature has been considering a bill that will create the next level of solar programs. House Bill 4185 has been an ongoing compromise between solar companies, utilities, and the state. The proposed bill removes caps on net metering and establishes a secure program to reach ... Read More »