The Bay State – Net Zero Emissions by 2050
Massachusetts established that the state must reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Renewable energy, like solar, will help achieve this by keeping CO2 out of the air and limiting emissions.
Take control of your electric costs and gain peace of mind.***
Energize your home with a cleaner, more affordable energy source.
Reduce your carbon footprint and preserve the environment for generations to come.
* Information provided by State sources. Information for all residential solar installers.
**Solar program subject to approval. Restrictions and limitations apply. Savings not guaranteed. Customer testimonial savings claims may not be typical. Refer to your written contract for full details. Terms and conditions apply.
*** Individual savings will vary based on your utility rate, energy consumption habits, solar system equipment installed on your property, tax incentives eligibility, weather, and other factors. Individual savings estimates are based on your solar energy production, your solar kWh rate, potential tax incentives, your utility kWh rate at the time of purchase and projected increase in the utility rate (based on historical data and national averages). Estimate do not take into consideration other changes in utility rates. Such changes could affect your overall estimated savings. Trinity does not guarantee savings.
This program is not affiliated with any private energy organizations. Information taken from the following website on 6/03/2020.