Congratulations to the Town of Stockbridge and Ameresco on the successful launch of the 900 kW solar photovoltaic array on the Town’s capped landfill. According to Steve Shatz, former Selectboard Chair, “this exciting project demonstrates Stockbridge’s commitment to increasing the percentage of power we use from sustainable renewable energy solutions, with the added benefit of reducing […]
The Town of Stockbridge, MA is now seeing “Green” instead of trash at the closed Stockbridge Landfill. Last year the Town partnered with Framingham-based Ameresco to construct and operate a 668 kW AC solar photovoltaic array on the capped landfill. Due to changing solar incentives in Massachusetts, the Town of Stockbridge and Ameresco worked diligently to […]
In an article published by the publication Utility Dive, author Herman Trabish discusses nuances, challenges and opportunities for the Next Generation Solar Incentive program in Massachusetts — Can new tariff models help Massachusetts solve the rooftop solar compensation puzzle?
On December 15, 2016, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (“DOER”) presented an update on the Next Generation Solar Incentive Program to a large group of industry stakeholders. DOER anticipates implementation of a new solar incentive program in mid 2017. Please click on the following link for a copy of the DOER presentation. solar-program-stakeholder-meeting-7-121516.
Beacon congratulates the Towns of Needham and Williamstown on their outstanding efforts implementing environmentally-sustainable solutions through solar energy generation. willamstown-landfill-spvWe are proud to have supported municipalities with their important solar photovoltaic projects including the following Cities and Towns: Ashland, Easton, Needham, Weston, Duxbury, Lenox, Lee, Northampton, Pittsfield, Stockbridge and Sturbridge.