Before deciding to go solar, you’ll likely have many questions. One of the most common is: will the panels damage my roof? The short answer is that roof damage is extremely rare. It is important to choose an experienced solar provider to help avoid this concern.
When it comes to solar in Massachusetts, there’s one word to know—SMART. Known as the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) program, it’s intended to boost solar development in the Bay State, while also reducing financing risks for banks and investors.
Solar energy systems run on sunlight, which leaves many to wonder if cloudy days or notoriously overcast areas can negatively impact the ability to power the lights in their homes. Green energy companies have found some workarounds to help create energy when things are gloomy. Read more for details.
If your organization is like many others, finding effective ways to meet your bottom line is everything. And if renewables are appealing to your company, solar can offer numerous benefits, like participating in a sustainable energy future and promoting your business as socially-responsible.