As one of Massachusetts'sleading designers and installers of residential solar systems we at the Mass No-Cost Solar Program understand what it means to be a Bay Stater and the role each of us plays in preserving our way of life. Whether helping homeowners realize the cost savings and benefits of solar power or making a difference in our communities, we're passionately dedicated to helping Keep Massachusetts Green by preserving the environment and culture in which we all work, play, and love. Singularly committed to delivering clean energy solutions customized to serve every Massachusetts resident with personal service, creative solar installation, and a seamless transition to Solar Energy.
At Mass No-Cost Solar, we look beyond profitability. Instead, we measure our success through our customer’s satisfaction, the impact we have on the environment, our ability to work as a team, and our contribution to our local community.
To brighten all of Massachusetts with smart, simple, and clean energy-saving solutions. One customer at a time.
We help Massachusetts residents take advantage of incentives created by local to federal governments to encourage the growth of clean energy.
Massachusetts residents can now have solar installed for No Cost through our strategic partnerships and alliance.
Your solar installation uses the best technologies and materials available on the market today. We design to the highest engineering standard in the solar industry.
We provide you with an honest solar power production & payback assessment based on our track record of successful installations across the Bay State.
We manage all aspects of your solar installation in-house, which means a seamless transition to solar. Plus, our customer service team is always here if you need anything.
1. I have a National Grid, Eversource, or Unitel Electric Bill
2. I own the house I want to get solar on or represent the owner
3. I want to save at least 35% on my monthly electric bill
4. I am NOT interested in purchasing a Solar System
5. I want to do my part in Keeping Massachusetts Green