Solect can recommend, plan and implement every aspect of a solar solution for your organization, but we believe our role is to educate, as well as to advise and execute.
Whether you simply want to be an informed decision-maker or need support to make the case to other stakeholders, we can answer any questions and provide as much detailed information as you need. The resources on this page are a great place to start building your own understanding of the advantages solar power can deliver to your business, municipality, educational institution, or nonprofit organization.
Solar Industry Advocacy Groups
Solar Energy Industry Association
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA®) is the national trade association of the U.S. solar energy industry, providing advocacy and education.
MassSolar is working to establish a renewable energy economy, ensure fair compensation for solar owners and provide access to solar for everyone in the Commonwealth.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is a state economic development agency dedicated to accelerating the growth of the clean energy sector across the Commonwealth.
This website provides tailored content and resources for putting solar on your business, manufacturing facility, apartment building, or condo.The Commercial Solar Hub can also connect you with experts who can answer any questions you may have about commercial solar.
Solar Energy Business Association of New England
SEBANE brings solar businesses together with policy makers and other stakeholders to create a sustainable solar energy economy for New England.
State Incentive Program Information
Net Metering Guide
Details on how to offset energy use and transfer energy back to electric companies in exchange for a credit.
Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program
Guidelines that clarify rules, procedures, and processes under the SMART program.
Illinois Solar Energy Association
The Illinois Solar Energy Association (ISEA) is a non-profit organization that promotes the widespread application of solar and other forms of renewable energy through our mission of education and advocacy.
Rhode Island Solar Incentives
Learn about Rhode Island’s available funding and financing options to support energy improvements in your home, business, or community.
Connecticut Solar Incentives
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Connecticut CPACE Solar Financing
C-PACE (Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy) is an innovative financing solution from Connecticut Green Bank that makes green energy upgrades safe, accessible and affordable.
Federal Incentive Program Information
The ITC provides up to a 30% federal tax credit for eligible costs to the owner of a solar project. Additional tax incentives may be available depending on the specifics of the project. For more information visit: