The state of Massachusetts is working toward making Massachusetts the most energy-efficient state in the nation by having launched the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program. The SMART Program is a long-term sustainable solar incentive program encouraging development of solar technology across the state.
As you may have heard by now, the Town of Blandford has a few of these community solar farms, one of which has been recently approved. In support of Massachusetts’ commitment to green energy, the Town has arranged with the owner of one of the Community Solar Farms, Syncarpha and customer-service provider, Relay Power, to let Town residents know about how you can benefit from a local community solar farm – both savings and environmental – without cost or the need to install anything at your home. Your participation can help reduce the amount of electricity produced that are traditionally using dirty fossil fuels.
Most people don’t know they can take advantage of tying into local community solar farms. We want to share this with you (Town residents) for informational purposes so you can learn more on what this means and how it can help benefit you and the environment. For more information about this, visit relaypower.com/blandford.
Things to Know
• No upfront cost
• Save money while going green
• Local, clean power
• No need for installation