How does the solar industry look in Massachusetts?
“The Massachusetts market is shaped by net metering and a renewable portfolio standard with a solar goal, along with an accompanying SREC market. Net metering caps do not align with program goals, and the legislature has had to act several times to raise the net metering caps. The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources is working on implementing a successor to the successful SREC program, and once again, net metering caps have been reached in certain utility territories.”
The map shows the places our customers are located in Massachusetts. We are very happy that Massachusetts solar pioneers joined us in our Austin solar lab facility for our advanced workshop and are continuing their training through our online courses. Our mission is to “imagine solar everywhere” – in established and emerging markets.
This online solar training course is designed to teach the principles of solar design and installation. It is suited for individuals who want to gain the knowledge needed to work on solar projects, or in the solar industry.
The economics of solar are changing swiftly. This course looks into the business side of solar where shifts in financing, leasing, utility rates, and equipment prices are aiding the market in rapid expansion.