Lawmakers Should Now Raise Statewide Net Metering Caps The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has announced plans to extend the Commonwealth’s successful Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC 2) program until it completes a long-term replacement. Since its inception, the SREC 2 program has led Massachusetts to more than 1,600 megawatts of solar development and ...
Vote Solar is committed to keep doing what we do best – keep winning solar progress from coast to coast. Are you ready to join us? No matter what happens in Washington, our commitment to state-level solar progress will hold strong – and we could use your help.
The solar industry added a new solar job every 10 minuteslast year, bringing the workforce to a whopping 260,000 U.S. solar jobs. That’s right - more than a quarter million workers across all 50 states who are busy building a better energy future for all of us.
The sun shines for everyone, and together we can make sure solar does too. Solar’s record growth is improving health and well-being for all of us, but especially low-income families and frontline communities who feel the harmful impacts of pollution and climate change most. We are committed to making good on that promise.