It's the Cambridge Year of Solar! Sunny Cambridge is the city-wide initiative to make it easy for all types of residents to get solar power for their homes.
Solar is a smart choice for our community--not only is it clean energy, it also provides significant long-term savings. With financial incentives running out and Cambridge racing to reduce its energy use the most this year to win the Georgetown Prize, there will never be a better time to go solar!
Sunny Cambridge has lined up local solar installers through the EnergySage Solar Marketplace, which helps you request, receive, and compare solar quotes 100% online, with support available every step of the way. Check out the resources below for information about solar options for single family, multi-family, and condo buildings in Cambridge.
You probably know that solar is good for the environment, but state and federal incentives can help your roof generate money along with power… Read more
Solar is a great investment for condos, and Sunny Cambridge has resources to help you through the installation process… Read more
With Sunny Cambridge, you can enjoy all the benefits of solar if you are the landlord or a multi-family building… Read more
Solar works well for businesses, too! Save money by protecting against rising electricity costs and make your expenses more predictable… Read more
Sunny Cambridge recognizes that your condo property may have multiple owners, or if you’re a landlord, you may have multiple units. These situations can add complexity in getting a solar project completed. As a result, we are now offering a free service to assist you in moving your project forward so that you are solar ready! To take advantage of this free service, simply register on EnergySage and a Solar Advisor will reach out to help you access this service.
Get an estimate of your building’s solar energy potential using Cambridge’s interactive solar map. Developed by Mapdwell, a collective of MIT academics and professionals, the map allows users to click on a given property to learn its solar potential, including financial implications.