Massachusetts Solar Leasing

Lease your land, commercial rooftop, or parking lot in MA for clean energy!

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Monetize your property by hosting a solar and/or battery storage project. You’ll receive long-term lease payments while providing cleaner, cheaper electricity for your friends and neighbors. 

Earn long-term lease payments on space that would otherwise go unused, such as agricultural or farmland, a commercial or industrial rooftop, space on a campus, or even just a parking lot.  

Help protect the planet for future generations by adding 100% renewable energy to the grid.

You and your community have the option to subscribe to the system and save 10%+ on electricity rates.

Our team is your single point of contact from start to finish. UGE is 100% responsible for development, financing, construction & lifetime of the system. 

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We're looking for several kinds of clean energy partners in Massachusetts:

Solar Project Hosts: If you have vacant land (10+ acres), a commercial rooftop (30,000+ square feet), or a parking lot, you could become our next community solar project host. You’ll earn long-term lease income while adding clean renewable energy to the grid.

Battery Storage Hosts: To earn long-term lease income as a battery project host, all you need is 7,000 – 15,000 square feet of land in a commercial or industrial zone. Battery storage projects are a vital part of the clean energy transition, helping to ensure we have electricity when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing.

Corporate Energy Off-Takers: If your company or organization would like to save on energy costs while reducing its carbon footprint, becoming a community solar off-taker or entering into a power purchase agreement with UGE is the solution.

If you’re interested in any of the above, just fill out the form above and we’ll get the conversation started!

Frequently Asked Questions

UGE is 100% responsible for all costs and work associated with the project. You will never pay anything, and instead will earn lease payments in exchange for hosting the project. UGE is responsible for all factors every step of the way, including permitting, development, construction, and  associated property taxes for the full lifecycle of the project, and we are responsible for decommissioning the project the time comes. 

Yes! We are able to develop solar and battery storage projects throughout the state of Massachusetts. 

Lease rates vary quite a bit based on the city, county, and utility territory where your property sits, as well as the specific characteristics of your property. In order to provide an estimate lease rate, we’ll need to complete a quick feasibility analysis for your property. Just fill out the form on this page to get started!

Community solar projects, also known as solar farms, solar gardens, solar parks, or solar fields, are areas of land, commercial rooftops, or carport canopies containing interconnected solar panels that harvest large amounts of solar energy at once. Solar farms are designed for mid- to large-scale solar energy generation that feeds directly into the grid, as opposed to individual solar panels that usually power a single home or building.

Community solar projects are hosted by property owners on their land, commercial rooftops, or above parking lots. Individuals, organizations, and corporations can then ‘subscribe’ to the community solar project and save at least 10% on electricity costs. For hosts, community solar has no cost – in fact, the host actually earns money through the long-term lease payments they receive in exchange for hosting the project. Hosts also have the option to subscribe to the solar farm and like other subscribers and save on their electricity bills.