Solar Access is a new Massachusetts program for middle-income homeowners.The non-profit Center for EcoTechnology (CET), is offering affordable, renewable energy for your community. Solar Access is funded by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and the Department of Energy Resources (DOER). Working with an energy expert, you will be guided through the program, which adds a special Solar Access incentive to the existing combination of electric utility, state, and federal incentives for renewable energy. By enrolling in a UMassFive College Credit Union loan, you will own your solar panels and a heat pump and will pay less than you spend now.
To see if you qualify go to the following link and fill out the survey: http://tinyurl.com/y9o4w6eq Or call the Center for Eco Technology at 413-341-0418
- Step-by-step guidance
- 10 + year equipment and labor warranties
- One easy monthly payment
- Increased value of your home
- 30% Federal solar tax credit
- 10% Massachusetts solar tax credit
- MassCEC heat pump rebate
- Low Interest Mass Solar Loan with a 30% principal reduction of up to $10,500
- Solar SMART incentive
- Mass Save heat pump rebate
- No interest HEAT Loan
- First 6 months of loan payments made for you by Solar Access
- Have to be the homeowner in order to apply
- Multi-units of up to 4-family units are accepted
- The aim of this program is too set up the loan payments for your solar instillation and electric bill to be equal to, or less than, what you are currently paying for your monthly heating and electric bill.
For additional questions, please visit CET’s website and hotline.
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