Status of Solar PV in Massachusetts

From PV Magazine‘s John Weaver:

At Solar Power Northeast, the DOER of Massachusetts noted that with the mandated 400 MW of qualified projects program review upcoming, and heavy volume deployed in National Grid territory, there is strong consideration to expand and evolve the SMART program.

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