Plan for Next Year’s Taxes Now!

May 22, 2019

Tax season has just recently passed and most of us are ready to forget all about the tedious process until this time next year when we need to file all over again. Unfortunately, many tax filers are left with the feeling that they missed the boat when it comes to taking full advantage of tax...

Financing your Solar Energy System

May 8, 2019

How do you plan to maximize the financial benefits of choosing to go solar with a solar energy system? There are a few financing options through BlueSel that will help you do just that. Now that you have chosen to reduce your carbon footprint as well as your monthly utility bill, it is time to...

Could the City of Boston Be Carbon-Free by 2050?

April 15, 2019

According to Mayor Marty Walsh, the City of Boston, with help from business partners and everyday citizens, is in the development and reporting phase of the initiative to make Boston “Carbon-Free.” The project launched in the fall of 2017 with data collection reviewing the benefits and costs of technologies and policies that could make Boston...

Solar Panels in Massachusetts

Energy Challenge – How Many Ways Can you Save this Year?

April 3, 2019

Welcome to 2019! A fresh new year to make all the positive changes you are striving for, whether it be financial in nature, improving your health or making strides in your professional life. As a solar company, we care deeply about the environment and how simple changes in the way we lead our lives can...

Massachusetts Takes the Lead in New Solar Ranking for 2019

March 20, 2019

Every year, SolarPowerRocks ranks each state based on how easy, or difficult, the state makes it for people to go solar on their homes. Congratulations Massachusetts for ranking #1 in the New Solar Rankings for 2019! This publication of rankings comes as fantastic news to the nearly seven million Bay Staters who have one of...

Massachusetts House Speaker Announces $1 Billion Initiative for Energy Efficiency Grants

March 6, 2019

Massachusetts continues to forge ahead as a leader in clean energy. In an effort to reduce the state’s carbon footprint and minimize waste, Massachusetts State House Speaker Robert DeLeo, (Winthrop-Democrat) recently announced a plan to spend $1 billion over the next decade to build up infrastructure around cities and cut greenhouse gas emissions. The initiative,...