Solar is popular in Massachusetts for a reason. Homeowners can save with solar energy and storage with Sunnova , which is why we continue to maximize clean energy opportunities for the masses in Massachusetts with solar service plan options that fit their lifestyle.
Massachusetts ranks sixth in solar capacity and second in solar jobs. Home solar is popular due to increasing utility rates in the state and the launch of new solar incentive programs to help promote solar energy generation.
The state launched the SMART program (Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target), which will include solar-only and solar and storage system incentives for homeowners. This program is a long-term solution for solar energy incentives, introducing cost-effective, fixed-compensation rates for behind-the-meter systems.
With increased kilowatts in the Bay state, home solar incentives have been put into place to help residents save on electricity costs. On average, residents in Massachusetts have an annual electricity rate increase of 4 percent, which is why getting a solar energy system from Sunnova is an economical plan.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
Net metering helps homeowners in Massachusetts offset their electricity use by transferring surplus energy back to the utility company in exchange for credit. Check with your local electric company to see if you qualify.
Homeowners choose Sunnova to lease or buy a home solar system because our solar plans offer affordable, steady, monthly payment plans, plus our best-in-class warranty, Sunnova Protect3, to cover out-of-pocket expenses for maintenance and repairs. Sunnova guarantees solar production and also insures the solar system against theft or damage. Having solar and storage systems help protect against power outages, due to its backup power capability. Thanks to smart technology of Sunnova SunSafe™, homeowners can rely on production detection, switching from solar energy to stored energy automatically.
Unlike other solar-only system models, Sunnova SunSafe™ will continue producing and storing energy when the electric grid is down, giving homeowners peace of mind during natural disasters, like hurricanes and floods.
1 Sunnova makes no guarantees regarding customer eligibility for tax benefits. Sunnova does not provide tax advice. Contact your personal tax advisor for eligibility.
2 Sunnova makes no guarantees regarding credit for net energy exported to the electric grid, and any credit provided (now or in the future) is within the sole discretion and control of the utility company.
3 Refer to the Limited Warranty in your agreement for complete warranty terms and limitations. Your solar system production will vary based on weather and other factors. Solar system’s cumulative production will be evaluated to validate annual production guarantee. Refer to your agreement for details. The service agreement can be transferred to the new homeowner. Sunnova’s approval required. Some restrictions apply.
Eversource Energy (Cambridge Electric Light, Boston Edison Company, Commonwealth Energy Systems, Western Massachusetts Electric, NSTAR Electric)
National Grid (Massachusetts Electric, Nantucket Electric)
Massachusetts License: 184093
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