ENGIE and CEC broaden community solar access in Massachusetts
Written By: Katherine Demetre
September 7, 2017
On Sept. 7, 2017, ENGIE and Clean Energy Collective (CEC) announced that they have joined forces on a community solar portfolio consisting of 16 solar facilities in Massachusetts.
Per the company, CEC led the development of the projects, while the two collaborators would jointly own and operate the 16 solar projects currently constructed and interconnected in Eversource and National Grid territories, delivering more than 22.1 megawatts of clean energy.
Vikram Kulkarni, vice president of solar for ENGIE Resources, commented:
ENGIE offers consumers a variety of renewable energy offerings as part of our commitment to a decentralized and decarbonized energy future, and community solar is a key component of that. This collaborative project adds valuable renewable energy to the grid while allowing our customers, including businesses, nonprofits, public entities, residents and even renters to ‘go green’ and save money with nothing on their roof or property.