When political leadership fails, personal choices matter more than ever. With community solar, anyone in Massachusetts can help move the energy transition forward by choosing to get their electricity from clean energy solar arrays. These arrays are more efficient at avoiding carbon emissions than rooftop solar, factor grid upkeep into their cost, require no installation or rooftop, and still provide households with built-in 10% annual savings on their electricity costs. Here is how it works:

1. Our solar developer partners have built a solar garden in your area that sends electricity to the grid.

2. We work with you to determine how much power should be allocated to you from this solar garden.

3. The savings are passed along to you through electricity rate discounts that will appear directly on your monthly utility bill.

Still confused? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions section.

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My wife and I both find the concept of community solar very compelling. It seems to provide an answer to some of our practical physical challenges having to do with the orientation of our building and ownership of our condominium. We also really want to promote the idea of local energy sourcing as best we can. Practically and aspirationally it is a great fit for us.
— James, Solstice Customer, Cambridge, MA