Forge a brighter, greener tomorrow

Municipal buildings – whether town and city halls, police and fire stations, or the Department of Public Works – consume substantial power. By transitioning to solar energy with Solect, local governments can embrace an economic and sustainable alternative to fossil fuel and take advantage of lucrative state and federal incentives. All while reducing electricity costs, reaching ambitious net-zero goals, and driving community resiliency and sustainability.

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CCRTA Hyannis Parking Canopy; Hyannis, MA; 360 kW

The benefits of public and nonprofit solar energy are clear

Work with Solect to develop, install, and operate a solar energy system, and you can:

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Bolster your economy by using the local workforce for installation while educating and inspiring your constituents to go green.

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Finance your project with no upfront capital costs and pay a fixed electricity price with the PowerOptions Program.

Solar energy storage

Improve community resiliency with a battery energy storage system that keeps essential services running even during outages.

Myriad expertise for municipal organizations

Solect is dedicated to the community, and we’ve helped many cities and towns adopt solar energy for municipal buildings. Besides our technical and design proficiency, our team keeps current on all regulatory policies, local permitting requirements, and state and federal incentives. All to help us strategize the most affordable solar plus storage project to meet your needs, maximize your ROI, gain energy independence, and protect your citizens during critical times.


Installing 817 solar panels on Countryside Health Care is a big step towards reducing the municipality’s carbon footprint and emissions. I hope more departments adopt solar to reduce our dependency on fossil fuel while saving significant tax dollars.

Bill Buckley, Chairman, Milford Board of Selectman