Solect Energy Expands Into Illinois with a Focus on Commercial & Industrial Market and Community Solar

 

Illinois’ Renewable Energy Bill Expected to Drive 3,000 MW of New Solar Projects by 2030

 

April 25, 2018 – HOPKINTON, MA – Solect Energy, the leading commercial-scale developer and installer of solar energy systems in Massachusetts, announced today that it has expanded operations into Illinois. Solect’s Illinois operations will be based in Aurora, and will be led by General Manager, Steve Gregory, and backed by an experienced team of business development executives. The primary focus of Solect’s Illinois operations will be on delivering rooftop solar solutions to the commercial and industrial (C&I) sector, and on building both rooftop and ground-mount community solar projects.  

In late 2016 Illinois passed the Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA), comprehensive legislation designed to jumpstart a renewable energy industry in the state.  Previously, most of Illinois’ renewable energy was purchased from other states. As part of the legislation, Illinois adopted a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) that requires utilities to source 25% of their energy mix from renewable sources by 2025. This is expected to drive development of up to 3,000 MW of new solar energy projects by 2030.

“We commend Illinois on their comprehensive commitment to renewable energy, and applaud the compelling incentives the state has put in place to help businesses and communities pursue solar energy,” said Ken Driscoll, Founder and CEO of Solect Energy. “Our expertise in working with commercial and community organizations in Massachusetts will be an enormous asset in Illinois.  Solect is the clear market leader in the C&I solar space, and we bring a deep understanding of the economics, incentives and financing that are critical components of making the decision to move forward with solar.”

To help encourage the move to renewable energy, Illinois is committing more than $200 million in annual funding to support a number of incentives, including:

  • Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) – To help meet the state’s RPS goals, utilities can purchase RECs at a rate of 1.4 REC per 1,000 kWh of energy generated per solar array.
  • Rebate program – Rewards solar system owners based on kW installed, paid upfront in year one.
  • Net-metering – Compensates solar system owners for “net excess” energy production each month

These Illinois-specific incentives are in addition to the 30% Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) and eligibility for the Modified Accelerated Cost-Recovery System (MACRS), a five-year depreciation formula which currently includes the ability to take 100% of the available bonus tax deduction in year one.

In addition, Illinois has created the Solar for All program, which is designed to expand solar installations and workforce development in underserved Illinois communities.  The program has an additional $30 million in funding that will support the development of on-site distributed generation, community solar, public and nonprofit projects, and community solar pilot projects.

“Illinois is a huge market with a broad spectrum of community solar, and commercial and industrial customers that are well positioned to take advantage of solar energy,” said Steve Gregory, Solect Energy’s General Manager, Illinois. “Our research indicates there are more than 40,000 buildings in Illinois that could support a 100 KW solar system. We look forward to delivering the benefits of solar to Illinois customers, including substantially lower energy costs, attractive tax and financial incentives, and the satisfaction of knowing they are contributing to a more sustainable environment.”

Solect has recruited top talent to run its Illinois operations:

Steve Gregory, General Manager, IL

The Illinois office will be run by General Manager Steve Gregory.  He currently oversees a team of 30 solar professionals and will be responsible for the company’s design, construction and project management activities. Steve brings 40 years of construction operations, land entitlement and development and real estate management experience.

Peter Maros – VP of Business Development, IL

As VP of Business Development in Illinois Peter Marcos will be responsible for leading Solect’s efforts to become the leading solar company in the Illinois market. Peter has worked at several solar and renewable energy companies, and most recently served as a Managing Director at a global renewable energy company where he worked on acquisitions in both renewable energy and finance, and was responsible for the company’s solar PV design and installation business in North America.

Paul Montes – Business Development Director, IL

Paul Montes, Director of Business Development in Illinois, brings to Solect more than 25 years of entrepreneurial-based experience in commercial real estate and relationship sales.  In Illinois Paul will take a lead role in building trusted, long-term energy partnerships with individual property owners, business operators, corporations and municipalities. Most recently he was a Senior Vice President of Commercial Investment Sales for a national real estate entity.

Brockton Area Arc Installs 76.8 kW Solar PV System through Partnership with Solect Energy and PowerOptions

 

Roof-top Solar Array Projected to Cover 100% of Non-Profit’s Electricity Needs

April 6, 2018 – BROCKTON, MA – Brockton Area Arc, a non-profit servicing children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has partnered with Solect Energy, the state’s leading commercial-scale developer and installer of solar energy systems, and PowerOptions, the region’s largest energy buying consortium, to install a 76.8 kilowatt (kW) solar energy system on the roof of its facility. The array consists of 200 photovoltaic (PV) panels, which are projected to produce 86,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) of energy annually. The Brockton Area Arc anticipates the array will generate nearly 100 percent of its annual electricity, for a projected yearly savings of more than $15,000.

The Brockton Area Arc serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.  It offers Family Support, Recreation, Employment, Community Based Day Supports, and Day Habilitation. The yearly $15,000 in anticipated savings from the solar array will be redirected toward expanding programs and services for the Arc community.

The Brockton Area Arc was able to install the solar array with no up-front costs through PowerOptions & Solect’s Solar Program. Under the program, Solect Energy financed, installed, and will service the solar array on their roof, while The Arc receives the power generated at a fixed rate for a period of 20 years under a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) negotiated by PowerOptions.

“When Solect Energy reached out to us about pursuing a solar conversion, switching to renewable energy hadn’t been on our radar,” said John J. Lynch, Executive Director at Brockton Area Arc. “Solect made a compelling argument for the substantial benefits that we would accrue with a commitment to solar. With their proven expertise and excellent customer references, coupled with their relationship with PowerOptions we were confident we were moving forward with the right partner. We have been impressed with both organizations’ professionalism and their shared commitment to local philanthropy.”

“The Brockton Area Arc, although not initially seeking solar, quickly grasped the financial benefits that a solar array, especially one financed through a PPA, offered their organization,” said Chad Couture, Director of Business Development at Solect Energy. “The array will produce nearly 100 percent of their energy needs, which will mean a substantial reduction in their utility expenses. The savings of approximately $15,000 a year will translate into increased funding for the valuable programs they offer to the community.”

“At PowerOptions, our mission is to help nonprofits save time and money on energy, so more resources can be directed toward serving communities,” said PowerOptions President and CEO Cynthia Arcate. “In addition to cost predictability and savings, The Brockton Area Arc implemented their solar project without the need for any up-front costs or on-going maintenance responsibilities.”

 

About Brockton Area Arc

The Brockton Area Arc is a non-profit local chapter of The Arc, a national advocacy organization, and The Arc Massachusetts. Our mission is to work in partnership with, and for, the community to provide advocacy, information, and direct services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families. Our services provide choice and empowerment while supporting individuals as they strive to realize their personal goals. We promote independence, respect, and dignity. We fulfill this mission by advocating on a local, state and national level for the rights and general welfare of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.  

We rely on fundraising to serve people and provide services not funded by other sources. The Brockton Area Arc is committed to providing individualized quality services in fulfilling its mission.  The Brockton Area Arc provides services to the towns of Abington, Avon, Bridgewater, Brockton, E. Bridgewater, Easton, Holbrook, Rockland, Stoughton, W. Bridgewater, and Whitman.

 

About PowerOptions

PowerOptions is a nonprofit energy buying consortium that delivers cost savings and predictability to nonprofits and the public sector in New England. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, PowerOptions has delivered more than $2 billion in energy to its 500 members since 1998, through programs for electricity, natural gas and solar. With a 95 percent member retention rate, a proven supplier selection process and a dedication to personalized member support, PowerOptions provides services and solutions that educate and bring value to its membership. Any nonprofit or public institution in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut is eligible to participate in this collective purchasing effort. For more information, visit www.poweroptions.org or follow on Twitter at @PowerOptions.

 

Beverly Athletic Club Partners with Solect Energy to Install 128 kW Rooftop Solar Array

 

Saves Nearly a Quarter Million Dollars over 10 Years

December 19, 2017BEVERLY, MA – Beverly Athletic Club (BAC), the premier health and athletic club on the North Shore, has partnered with Solect Energy, the state’s leading commercial-scale installer of solar energy systems, to install a 128 kilowatt (kW) solar energy system on the athletic center’s roof.  The solar array consists of 320 photovoltaic (PV) panels and is expected to produce 155,041 kilowatt hours (kwH) of energy annually. The power generated will cover 33 percent of the BAC’s energy needs, and is equivalent to the annual charging of 7,752 electric vehicles or 31,008,200 smart phones. It is projected that BAC will save approximately $233,000 over the course of 10 years.

Solect carefully examined BAC’s energy usage patterns and other factors in order to design the optimum solar energy system. Solect then worked to make sure that BAC would achieve maximum ROI through a myriad of solar incentives. BAC is projected to save an average of approximately $23,000 annually on its electricity bill.  Additionally, BAC is able to take advantage of state and federal tax and financial incentives, including SRECs (Solar Renewable Energy Certificates), which are financial incentives based on the amount of solar energy the system generates. Electrical utility providers in Massachusetts purchase SRECs to help them meet their state-mandated goals of a percentage of power coming from renewable energy sources.

“Solect did a great job making a complicated proposition clear and straightforward, and they were very helpful in shepherding us through the process, but the best part of this solar project is yet to come,” said Ed Soul, Owner of Beverly Athletic Club. “We anticipate our electric bill dropping by a third. In addition, we are thrilled to be able to lower our carbon footprint, and continue our commitment of being a good steward of the environment.”

BAC has been committed to a variety of green initiatives.  The club recycles, works to reduce paper waste, and has shifted to all LED lighting to reduce power consumption. It also contributes to green initiatives such as Change is Simple, which educates youth on how to be more green and protect our planet.

“Beverly Athletic Club turned to solar to substantially reduce their operating costs, while also pursuing their goal of being an environmental leader in their community,” said Jeff McCallion, Business Development Manager. “The facility’s flat roof made it ideal for installing a large array that could generate a third of their electricity needs. Not only does BAC gain significant financial savings, but they also garner recognition and respect from their members and the community at large for their leadership in sustainable practices.”

BAC will use some of the savings from the solar system to continue making efficiency improvements.  Additionally, funds will be earmarked for the continual updating of club facilities and equipment.

 

About Solect Energy

Solect Energy is a full-service solar photovoltaic (PV) project developer and installer based in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, delivering smart solar and energy management solutions to help businesses and organizations reduce energy costs. As an industry leader in commercial-scale solar energy, Solect takes a practical approach to the development, installation and ongoing support of each system. We partner closely with our customers, providing strong financial insight and solar technology expertise to optimize their investment while creating a positive impact on the environment. Solect currently has installed over 75 MW (megawatts) of commercial PV systems, with a primary focus on commercial, light industrial and institutional properties in New England. For more information, visit http://www.solect.com or follow us on Twitter at @SolectSolar.

sAbout BAC

Founded in 2001, Beverly Athletic Club (BAC) is a family-oriented club with facilities and classes for all ages offered within its expansive 40,000 square foot building.  It boasts state-of-the art fitness equipment, Les Mills Group Exercise programs, Private women only fitness area, personal and small group functional training, Pilates, an Aquatic Center with a 65-foot heated indoor/outdoor pool, indoor basketball court, Baby-sitting, a kids play zone, and Solei Salon and spa and Soul Physical Therapy

Fairhaven Housing Authority Installs 236 kW Solar PV System through Partnership with Solect Energy and PowerOptions

November 7, 2017 – Fairhaven, MA – Fairhaven Housing Authority (FHA), a public housing provider, has partnered with Solect Energy, the state’s leading commercial-scale installer of solar energy systems, and PowerOptions, the region’s largest energy buying consortium, to install a 236 kilowatt (kW) solar energy system on the roof of its largest housing complex. The array consists of 630 photovoltaic (PV) panels, which are projected to produce 235,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) of energy annually. FHA anticipates the array will provide up to 40 percent of its facility’s annual electricity, and projects a first-year savings of $15,700 and an estimated $467,000 in savings over the life of the 20-year agreement.

The Fairhaven Housing Authority manages 284 units of state-assisted, affordable housing. It had to replace an outdated natural gas system with electric heat at its largest complex.  The FHA was concerned that the new electric system would negatively impact its utility budget.

The FHA decided to pursue solar, and selected PowerOptions and Solect’s solar program. Under the program, Solect installs, owns, and operates the solar array on the FHA’s roof. Solect then sells the power generated at a fixed rate for a period of 20 years under a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) negotiated by PowerOptions.

“Fairhaven Housing Authority has been very concerned about its rising utility expenses,” said Jean Rousseau, Commissioner, Fairhaven Housing Authority. “The Authority wanted to do everything it could to proactively curtail our growing energy costs, while also being more ecologically responsible. We were able to do something that contributes to the greater good and the savings will allow us to continue to maintain our affordable housing and preserve the properties for future generations.”

FHA has been a PowerOptions member for about 10 years, tapping into the buying consortium to help them contract for the lowest electric and natural gas pricing.

“Having been members of the consortium for years, we were confident that PowerOptions would be our best resource to pursue an on-site solar project that would be highly beneficial to our bottom line,” said Krisanne Sheedy, Executive Director, Fairhaven Housing Authority.  “Working with Solect made the process much easier than expected.  All of the Solect staff were professional and thorough. They brought a great deal of expertise to the table as they have installed many rooftops systems in all types of settings.”

“We were privileged to work with the Fairhaven Housing Authority,” Alex Keally, Partner and Senior VP of Business Operations at Solect Energy. “We applaud their savvy move to solar and are delighted that the savings they will garner from their solar array will be channelled into more impactful, community-focused programs.”

“At PowerOptions, our mission is to help public entities and nonprofits to save money on energy, so they can focus more resources on pursuing their own important missions,” said PowerOptions President and CEO Cynthia Arcate. “In addition to cost predictability and savings, Fairhaven Housing Authority implemented their solar project without the need for any upfront costs or ongoing maintenance responsibilities.”

The FHA installation posed an added challenge.  The complex’s cement roof and the area’s 140-mph wind zone required an alternative solution from a standard roof-mounted PVC system. Solect elected to install the Mouli Engineering SolarPod Crown racking, because of its no-roof-holes design, high wind capability and simplicity.  Not having to penetrate the cement roof saved substantially on the amount of labor, time and ultimately cost required for the project.

Jay Simmons, Chairman, Fairhaven Housing Authority added “It is time to take full advantage of every option. The industry, the expertise — and the savings — should not  be ignored any longer.”

About Fairhaven Housing Authority

The Fairhaven Housing Authority is a public housing provider through the Commonwealth of MA.  It owns and manages 284 units of affordable housing in Fairhaven for low income elderly, handicapped, disabled individuals and families.

About PowerOptions

PowerOptions is a nonprofit energy buying consortium that delivers cost savings and predictability to nonprofits and the public sector in New England. Headquartered in Boston, PowerOptions serves its nearly 500 members with electricity, natural gas and solar, with combined annual energy sales of approximately $200 million. With a 95 percent member retention rate, a proven supplier selection process and a dedication to personalized customer service, PowerOptions provides programs, services and solutions that educate and bring value to its membership. Established in 1998, any nonprofit or public institution in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut is eligible to participate in this collective purchasing effort. For more information, visit www.poweroptions.org or follow on Twitter at @PowerOptions.

About Solect Energy

Solect Energy is a full-service solar photovoltaic (PV) project developer and installer based in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, delivering smart solar and energy management solutions to help businesses and organizations reduce energy costs. As an industry leader in commercial-scale solar energy, Solect takes a practical approach to the development, installation and on-going support of each system. We partner closely with our customers, providing strong financial insight and solar technology expertise to optimize their investment while creating a positive impact on the environment. Solect currently has installed over 65 MW (megawatts) of commercial PV systems, with a primary focus on commercial, light industrial and institutional properties in New England. For more information, visit http://www.solect.com or follow us on Twitter at @SolectSolar.

Mirak Automotive Group Installs 540 kW Solar PV System through Partnership with Solect Energy

JULY 11, 2017 – ARLINGTON, MA – Mirak Automotive Group, a new and pre-owned car dealership and service center, has partnered with Hopkinton, MA-based Solect Energy to install a 540 kilowatt (kW) solar energy system on the roof of its Mirak Service Center.  The solar array consists of 1440 photovoltaic (PV) panels and is expected to produce 639,042 kilowatt hours (kwH) of energy annually. Mirak projects that the array will cover 100 percent of its service facility’s energy needs.  Additionally, its excess production will help defray energy costs at other buildings in the Mirak Automotive Group through net metering.

Mirak Automotive Group, an 80-year company with a history of excellent customer service, is one of Massachusetts’ most successful retailers of electric cars from General Motors (GM) and Hyundai. Its service center is also one of the largest in New England, with more than 60 service bays. Mirak was determined to demonstrate its leadership in sustainable practices, and investigated solar as part of its efforts to become a GM Certified Green Dealer.  A key component to earning that recognition is a commitment to using renewable energy and pursuing energy efficiency.

“It was important to us that we set a good example in the community for sustainable practices,” said Rob Mirak, president of Mirak Automotive Group.  “Solect Energy made the process of moving to solar seamless; from the outset, with their detailed financial proposal, to the installation, where they made sure there were no disruptions in the daily operations of our dealership and service center. We were very impressed with Solect’s professionalism and attention to detail.”

As a GM Certified Green Dealer, Mirak is one of only 94 Chevrolet dealerships out of about 3,000 nationwide, and one of only 129 GM dealerships out of more than 4,000 across the country that have been recognized for their commitment to sustainability.

In addition to their solar installation, Mirak has pursued additional sustainable practices. Specifically, the automotive group has implemented high efficiency LED lighting, recycling programs, waste water reclamation, updated high efficiency/low energy usage technology and equipment, hybrid parts-delivery vehicles and waste oil heaters.

Mirak will realize significant savings from its solar installation in a number of different ways. The array was designed to cover 100% of the electricity needs of the Mirak Service Center, and also to provide additional electricity to defray energy costs at other Mirak sites. By net metering its excess production Mirak expects to substantially reduce its energy bills at at its Mirak Chevrolet and Mirak Hyundai dealerships.  Net metering allows customers to receive credits for any electricity that they generate but do not use. Finally, Mirak will be able to take advantage of state and federal tax and financial incentives, including SRECs (Solar Renewable Energy Certificates), which are financial incentives based on the amount of solar energy the system generates. Electric utility providers in Massachusetts purchase SRECs to help them meet their state-mandated goals of a percentage of power coming from renewable energy sources.

“We applaud Mirak Automotive Group’s commitment to green technology and commend them on their recognition as a GM Certified Green Dealer,” said Steve Clairmont, Director, Business Development at Solect. “Not only does Mirak gain significant financial savings on its energy bills from its solar array, but also garners recognition and respect from its customers, automotive peers and the community at large for its leadership in sustainable practices.”

About Mirak Automotive Group

The Mirak Automotive Group has served Greater Boston since 1936, and we’ve learned a thing or two about what people want, expect and deserve from their dealership experiences during that time. The foundation of the Mirak Automotive Group is built on honesty, transparency and respect, and we’re proud of the reputation we’ve built as a customer-focused dealership.We want to be seen as more than just a dealership at Mirak Chevrolet and Hyundai, which is why we’ve made it a point to give back to our community. We know that we wouldn’t be where we are today without the support of those around us, and that’s why we sponsor the Jimmy Fund, Arlington Soap Box Derby, Town Day, youth baseball and soccer teams and more. If you want a dealership you can feel good about bringing your business to, turn to The Mirak Automotive Group.

About Solect Energy

Solect is a full-service solar photovoltaic (PV) project developer and installer based in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, delivering smart solar and energy management solutions to help businesses and organizations reduce energy costs. As an industry leader in commercial-scale solar energy, Solect takes a practical approach to the development, installation and on-going support of each system. We partner closely with our customers, providing strong financial insight and solar technology expertise to optimize their investment while creating a positive impact on the environment. Solect currently has installed over 60 MW (megawatts) of commercial PV systems, with a primary focus on commercial, light industrial and institutional properties in New England. For more information, visit http://www.solect.com or follow us on Twitter at @SolectSolar.

Somerset Berkley Regional School District Installs 348 kW Solar System On High School

Partnership with Solect Energy and PowerOptions Provides School with Solution to Successfully Navigate Fiscal Hurdles

June 27, 2017 – SOMERSET, MA –  The Somerset Berkley Regional School District has partnered with Solect Energy, the state’s leading commercial-scale installer of solar energy systems, and PowerOptions, the region’s largest energy buying consortium, to install a 348 kilowatt (kW) solar energy system on the roof of its new regional high school. The solar array is expected to cover up to 20 percent of the school’s annual electricity use, and to save the school approximately $19,000 annually on its energy expenses.

Somerset Berkley Regional High School has approximately 990 students with the majority of students from the member towns of Somerset and Berkley, MA. In 2010, the District entered into an agreement with the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) to build an $80 million dollar new regional high school. The school opened in September 2014.

“The District is continually looking for ways to reduce operating costs in order to shift more resources to students,” said Lindsey Albernaz, Director of Business and Finance for Somerset Berkley School District. “Utility costs are an expense that is constantly fluctuating. Working with Solect, we were able to reduce operating costs without having to pay the upfront costs of installation.”

“Utilizing PowerOptions, which undertook an extensive competitive solicitation, meant that the district did not need to undertake our own costly and time consuming procurement,” added Albernaz. In 2015, PowerOptions chose Solect Energy based in Hopkinton, MA as the supplier for its Small Systems Solar Program.

The original building plans for the high school included solar panels, and the new school was built with the necessary structural capacity and electrical service to support a large array on the roof. However, the District could not move forward during construction with purchasing and installing its own solar panels due to fiscal constraints. Committed to pursuing solar, the District continued to explore alternative financing options, and ultimately selected PowerOption’s solar program. Under the program, Solect installs, owns, and operates the solar arrays on the school’s roof, and sells the power generated at a fixed rate for a period of 20 years under a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) negotiated by PowerOptions.

“The solar system was installed at no cost to the taxpayers of Somerset and Berkley, but will provide electric utility savings averaging $19,000 per year under the Power Purchase Agreement between the district and Solect,” said Richard Peirce, Chairman of the Somerset Berkley School Committee. “The aggregate savings over the life of the agreement are estimated to be $340,000.  In addition, our students will learn and actually experience how we as a high school community are doing our part to protect the environment. The district is now purchasing about 60 percent of its electricity through solar production.”

“Solect Energy is delighted to partner with The Somerset Berkley Regional School District,” said Matt Shortsleeve, Vice President of Development at Solect Energy. “The District was committed to solar for its new high school at the earliest design stage. Although solar had to be put on hold, the school didn’t lose sight of its goal of renewable energy. And now that perseverance is paying off. The savings are significant, and the students and teachers have a state-of-the-art solar system that they can use to supplement their curriculum in science, economics and sustainability.”

“At PowerOptions, we aim to support the public entities and nonprofits that are serving our communities in part by making solar energy more accessible with offerings like our Solar Program,” said PowerOptions President and CEO Cynthia Arcate. “In addition to cost predictability and savings, Somerset Berkley Regional School District implemented their solar project without the need for any upfront costs or ongoing maintenance responsibilities.”

About PowerOptions

PowerOptions is a nonprofit energy buying consortium that delivers cost savings and predictability to nonprofits and the public sector in New England. Headquartered in Boston, PowerOptions serves its nearly 500 members with electricity, natural gas and solar, with combined annual energy sales of approximately $200 million. With a 95 percent member retention rate, a proven supplier selection process and a dedication to personalized customer service, PowerOptions provides programs, services and solutions that educate and bring value to its membership. Established in 1998, any nonprofit or public institution in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut is eligible to participate in this collective purchasing effort. For more information, visit www.poweroptions.org or follow on Twitter at @PowerOptions.

About Solect Energy

Solect Energy is a full-service solar photovoltaic (PV) project developer and installer based in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, delivering smart solar and energy management solutions to help businesses and organizations reduce energy costs. As an industry leader in commercial-scale solar energy, Solect takes a practical approach to the development, installation and on-going support of each system. We partner closely with our customers, providing strong financial insight and solar technology expertise to optimize their investment while creating a positive impact on the environment. Solect currently has installed over 60 MW (megawatts) of commercial PV systems, with a primary focus on commercial, light industrial and institutional properties in New England. For more information, visit http://www.solect.com or follow us on Twitter at @SolectSolar.