Public Records Requests

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center is a public agency subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law codified at M.G.L. c. 66.

Many frequently requested items are available for download. Save time and money by reviewing these popular requests.

If you do not see the information you are seeking, please make a request through our Public Records Request system. We are committed to responding to your request in a timely manner; use of this system will help avoid delays in processing. 

For questions, MassCEC's Records Access Officer is: 

Connor Crowley, Associate General Counsel
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
294 Washington Street, 11th Floor
Boston, MA 02108


Records Requests Production Costs:

MassCEC will notify the requestor of any cost associated with fulfilling a request prior to beginning work. Production costs will be incurred in accordance with the following:

  • The first four hours of work performed to respond to a public records request will be performed at no cost.  After that, MassCEC may charge up to $25 per hour. 
  • Electronic Copies: No charge for duplication*
  • 1-4 precisely defined documents: No charge**
  • Black and White Hard Copies: 10 cents per page for single- and double-sided copies
  • Color Hard Copies: 50 cents per page

*Costs for discs, thumb-drives or other storage devices necessary to transmit requested documents still apply.

**To be provided within 3-9 days of receipt of the request

Frequently Requested Documents and Data

Many commonly requested documents and other information are available without a formal request. Please review these links for easy access.

MassCEC Administrative

Solar PV Installations Data

  • PV in PTS. This report includes all Massachusetts solar electric systems that are registered in the Production Tracking System (PTS), with sortable project information including installer, total cost, and town.

  • SREC Capacity Factor Report. A report detailing the ratio between the amount of energy produced by the solar system and its optimum nameplate (labeled) production capability for systems registered for Solar Renewable Energy Certificates. The 11-year average net capacity factor for solar PV systems in Massachusetts is 13.05 percent (2010 to 2020).  

SMART, RPS, and APS-Qualified Units

Clean Heating and Cooling Project Databases