As part of the Solarize Massachusetts program, MassCEC will provide an installer request for proposals (RFP) to the installer industry. Once installer request for proposals documentation is available, MassCEC will post it to this webpage, as well as a copy of the community marketing plan. Interested installers may also sign up for solar program email updates to be notified for when new requests are released. See the Active Requests for Proposals section below, for more details.
All resulting solar PV projects contracted by Installers that are selected to participate in a community Solarize Mass program will be required to have meet MassCEC's Solarize Mass Project Minimum Technical Requirements, found below.
Code of Conduct
All installers who participate in the Solarize Mass program are bound by MassCEC's Code of Conduct.
Quality Assurance Process for MassCEC Programs
All installers who participate in the Solarize Mass program should review Quality Assurance Process for MassCEC Programs and Solar PV Inspection Overview.
Additional Quality Assurance resources listed below:
Active Solarize Mass and Solarize Mass Plus Installer Request for Proposals:
All 2019 Solarize Mass Installer Proposals will be noted below and posted on the MassCEC Active Solicitations Page. Click here to check it regularly for updates, as Communities launch on a rolling basis.
Solarize Mass Belchertown - Solar PV
Solarize Mass Plus Needham - Solar PV, Air Source Heat Pumps, Electric Vehicles
Solarize Mass Plus Salem-Swampscott-Nahant - Solar PV, Air Source Heat Pumps, Solar Hot Water