Homeowners in towns with municipally owned power companies rejoice! After years of being excluded from generous solar state incentive programs, homeowners in MLP areas are finally being awarded a significant win.

Starting on May 20th, 2019, the Massachusetts DOER has pledged 2.3 million dollars to help fund a rebate program assisting with the installation of solar power for people in participating MLP territories.

Participating Municipalities

Ashburnham
Belmont
Berkely
Boxborough
Boylston
Braintree
Chicopee
Concord
Danvers
Dighton
Georgetown
Groton
Groveland
Hingham
Holden
Hudson
Ipswich
Lakeville
Littleton
Lynnfield
Mansfield
Marblehead
Merrimac
Middleborough
Middleton
North Attleboro
North Reading
Norwood
Paxton
Peabody
Princeton
Raynham
Reading
Rowley
Shrewsbury
South Hadley
Sterling
Stow
Taunton
Templeton
Wakefield
Wellesley
West Boylston
Westfield
Wilmington

If you live in one of the towns listed, you may be able to qualify for a $1.20 per watt rebate on your solar installation. On an average 5 KW system, that would be a $6,000 rebate. If you combine that with the 30% Federal Tax Credit (available until the end of 2019), you may be able to receive over 50%-off the sticker price of solar. 

These rebates are first come first served, so we recommend beginning the process as soon as possible. If you’re interested in learning more, please fill out the form on this page and we will reach out to you.

We’re a family owned company that has been doing solar in Massachusetts for 11 years, and we’d be more than happy to walk you through the process.

To read more about this program, please see our recent blog post on the subject. To see exactly how much each town has pledged toward the program, please see this page.

Contact us today to learn more!