Live in Massachusetts? Thinking about ways to take control of your spending? One thing to consider that could have a huge impact on your utility spending is installing solar power panels. Not only could you potentially be saving hundreds of dollars yearly, that number adds up to thousands over the lifetime of your solar power system. What’s even better is Massachusetts solar power incentives, along with federal tax credits, could make solar energy more affordable than you think.Read More
Warm weather inspires many people to look at ways to make their homes more comfortable and attractive. If sunny days bring you outdoors to improve your landscaping and home exterior, you aren’t alone. In fact, home improvement stores see a dramatic increase in customers during the pleasant spring months.Read More
Solar is alive and well in Massachusetts! One of the biggest incentives to go solar in MA is the Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs), and we’re here to give you an explanation on how these credits work and how you can take advantage of them. The state’s SREC program has proven itself to be stable, and is yet another reason to invest in solar!Read More
Time is running out on the state solar rebates, and they will be reduced shortly. The state will give out the last full rebates to any customer that signs up and submits their rebate application before June 13th at 5 PM.Read More
Massachusetts is being proactive in its move toward solar, with many residents and businesses eager to do their part in protecting the environment. Solar energy is now more affordable and available than ever, but the state is still challenged to spread the word about how easy it is to go solar to those living throughout the state. The best way to learn is to talk to someone who has had solar installed by us. They can speak about how easy their process was to go solar. There are many financing companies have now learned how solar works and can really integrate solutions with Massachusetts and Federal rebates and tax credits.Read More
While Massachusetts has made great strides toward a cleaner, healthier environment, there’s still room for improvement. The state’s air quality report card shows that in the past three years, many of its counties have experienced bad days, with millions of people at risk. With the Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) program, consumers and businesses have an incentive for installing a solar energy system.Read More
Both businesses and consumers are interested in reducing their negative environmental impact. They realize that going solar can dramatically decrease their carbon emissions, while also helping them save money on their electrical bills, but making the conversion can be pricey. Unless someone is moving into a new building construction, there will be a cost associated with exchanging existing rooftops for solar panels. In the current economy, those extra funds are hard to come by.Read More
All Energy Solar is a full service renewable energy company who specializes in photovoltaic solar energy systems. We are composed of a team of dedicated renewable energy experts who believe in finding a better way. We strive to give our customers independence and energy savings through creative energy solutions and providing a positive experience for all of our customers. Our team is looking for a new member that shares our values, passion, and drive. If you want to join a rapidly-growing team where you’ll be valued and supported in a small business environment then we invite you to apply with All Energy Solar.Read More
The New England Patriots are far from economically insolvent as a team, yet the Massachusetts’ solar industry still made more money installing solar panels than the team in 2012. In fact, Massachusetts was named the sixth top solar state for 2012 by the Solar Energy Industry Association with 128.9 megawatts installed - enough energy to power 32,000 homes.
As a result of increased MA solar demand, new systems brought online after October 28th of this year will only be able to sell their Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SREC) for 8 years instead of 10. This means that if you sign up to get solar installed after October 18th of this year you’re losing out this years rebate. The upfront rebates are not going to be renewed for next year.