Solect now offers solar and storage solutions of any size to cities, towns, schools, state agencies and non-profit organizations through our expanded and enhanced program with PowerOptions, the largest energy-buying consortium in New England.
PRE-NEGOTIATED POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENTS
All public entities and nonprofits can benefit from a PowerOptions competitive procurement and pre-negotiated Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for on-site solar power. The PPA offers:
HOW IT WORKS
Solect manages everything — project design, financing, construction, interconnection, and ongoing maintenance for the life of the project. Members receive savings from solar energy being generated at a low, fixed price.
Our decade of experience allows us to identify and prioritize project sites including some you might not have considered, such as parking lots, new or renovated buildings, and even open land sites.
Contact us today to spend less on energy and save more for what's important to your community.
Solect has installed 80+ systems (15 MW) with PowerOptions’ members, earning their trust and confidence and saving them tens of millions through this program. As a result of the program’s success and members’ high satisfaction, the program has been redesigned and enhanced, allowing Solect to provide solar and storage projects of any size to communities across Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Learn more at poweroptions.org.
Solect performs a no-cost solar and storage feasibility evaluation to calculate your overall savings potential.
Solect performs the engineering and installation, then interconnects each project to your properties.
Solect serves as the system manager, assuring savings are achieved through safe, optimal performance.
“Solect was very good in terms of providing us information at the beginning of the process to see if this project was viable and compelling, which it was. And then to get the program in place once we had the documents finalized, they were ready to start construction the next day. Now we are sitting here with a project in operation generating power for the schools.”
Robert Jokela, Superintendent
Fitchburg Public Schools