November 2, 2016
SunBug Solar has been selected as the installer for the upcoming Solarize Mass program in the towns of Windsor, Cummington, Goshen, and Worthington in Western Massachusetts. The installer selection process was highly competitive, with SunBug Solar being picked as the best among eight bids. Winning this bid is a tremendous honor for SunBug, who is excited to bring attractive, efficient, and affordable photovoltaic systems to the residents of these four towns.
Solarize Mass is a partnership between the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and the Green Communities Division of the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) that encourages the adoption of small scale solar in Massachusetts communities. Since its launch in 2011, 51 cities and towns have participated in Solarize Mass. This has led to the contracting of more than 2,700 new small-scale installations at homes and businesses, amounting to over 17 megawatts of solar.
This past June, the towns of Windsor, Cummington, Goshen, and Worthington were awarded a Solarize Mass grant. Residents of these towns qualify for a group purchasing agreement, resulting in discounts on purchasing solar photovoltaic systems which amount to 25 - 30% below the average price of solar PV in Massachusetts. All homeowners and businesses in these towns are also eligible for free, no-obligation site screenings from SunBug Solar. For more information on the Solarize WCGW program, please visit http://sunbugsolar.com/homeowners/going-solar/solarizeWCGW.
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