Massachusetts Solar Leasing
We're looking for several kinds of clean energy partners in Massachusetts
Solar Project Houses
Battery Storage Hosts
Corporate Energy Off-Takers
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.
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.