Community Solar Farms in Massachusetts

Ampion connects people with community solar gardens in Massachusetts to help protect the environment while saving money!

With no upfront costs and nothing to install, joining a community solar farm in Massachusetts is the easiest way for you to benefit from solar energy while fighting climate change..

Our mission is to make it easy for everyone to access clean, renewable energy.

How Does Community Solar Work?

Join a Community Solar Farm Serving Massachusetts

We will review your annual electricity usage and assign you a share of a local community solar garden serving Massachusetts. We will then communicate to your utility company that you will be receiving a portion of the solar garden’s production each month.

Receive Credits On Your Electric Bill

Your portion of power will be received as “solar energy credits”.

Our solar energy credits will appear on your electric bill to offset the final balance you owe your utility.

Save Money & Protect The Environment

After you receive your monthly credits, you’ll receive a bill from us for your subscription. We’ll charge you at a discount based on your credits’ value. You’ll save an estimated 10% of your annual electricity costs.

When you join a solar farm in Massachusetts with Ampion, you can always view your solar production, cost savings, and environmental impact with our online portal.

Find answers to frequently asked questions about solar farms and the billing process on our Solar Farm FAQ and Billing Process FAQ pages here.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is one of the original 13 states that formed the United States. With a population of almost 6.9 million, it is the 15th most populous state in the union, and it has a total area of 10,565 square miles. It is the largest state in the New England region, and is home to Boston, the largest city in New England, and the capital of Massachusetts. Other cities in Massachusetts include Worcester, Springfield, and Cambridge. Massachusetts borders the states of New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.

In 2019, Massachusetts produced the eighth-most solar power of any state, and solar made up 14% of its total energy generation that year. It had about 2,540 megawatts of utility-scale and small-scale solar capacity installed at the end of 2019, ranking eighth in the nation for this as well. In total, about 23% of the state’s total energy generation was produced by renewable resources. (Source)

 

Facts about Massachusetts:

  • Area: 10,565 sq mi
  • Population: 6,892,503
  • Incorporated: 1788
  • Energy Consumption: 55.3 TWh (1% total US)
  • Solar Energy Capacity: 2,910 megawatts