MassCECMassachusetts Clean Energy Center (Boston, MA)
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Installers will also play an integral role in public outreach and educational events coordinated under Solarize Mass Newburyport, and providing information related to metrics to demonstrate Community progress and final results to MassCEC.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center ( MassCEC ) is soliciting Expressions of Interest ( EOIs ) from groups interested in participating in feasibility assessments for community microgrid projects across the Commonwealth.
Included in the recommendations is that DOER and MassCEC should promote access to solar PV in the low- and moderate-income community through additional programs and future solar incentives.
MassCEC officials said the upgrades will enable the Western Massachusetts facilities to annually generate an average of 1.2 million more kilowatt hours of renewable energy, enough to power 157 average Massachusetts homes.
The upgrades, which are being funded through the Massachusetts Clean Energy Centers (MassCEC) Hydropower Program, will allow the facilities to annually produce an average of 1.2 million more kilowatt hours of renewable electricity, enough to power 157 average Massachusetts homes.
GOALS The purpose of this Request for Proposals ( RFP ) is to procure a vendor that will manage the implementation of MassCEC s new Award Management System working closely with the solution provider, Innovation Network, and MassCEC.
MassCEC intends to provide support through targeted grants for feasibility studies at existing and
The Technical Consultant will assist MassCEC in selecting proposals to pitch, judging pitches, reviewing
The Trainings Will Build Upon The Extensive Work That Has Been Completed By Our Partner, The Masscec, And Observations Reported By Solar Developers To Doer Through The Solar Carve-out And Green Communities Programs.
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources ( DOER ) has partnered with MassCEC to launch Mass Solar Loan, a residential solar loan program to help facilitate greater access for Massachusetts residents to directly own solar PV projects.
A near-final designed and laid-out draft of the report must be prepared by August 5, 2015 in order to provide time for final review by MassCEC and external agencies.
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) today announced the end of the successful Commonwealth Solar II program, which will have provided rebates for more than 13,000 solar electric systems at homes, public buildings, and small businesses across the Commonwealth since 2010.