RENEW Energy Initiative Hosts Discussion on Solar Energy Incentives in Massachusetts May 22

PROVIDENCE, RI — The RENEW Energy Initiative along with its partners KLR, ReNewable, Institute for Energy & Sustainability and the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center are hosting a discussion on the solar energy incentive program in Massachusetts, May 22 at 8:30 AM.

The event will be held at Clark University; Lasry Center for Bioscience, Room B237. The first phase of the solar energy incentive Program or SREC II was so successful that energy officials have tripled the size of the program beginning this spring. Participants have seen their electricity costs decline, captured Federal tax credits and seen their carbon footprint shrink.  Attend to learn about the “Big Picture,” rules of the program, application process, tax implications and risks of the SREC II program. Projects targeted: roof top commercial, residential, landfills and others.

The event costs $25. To register go to: Featured speakers include Michael Sullivan of the Massachusetts Office of Energy Resources, John Surrette, Jr. of KLR and Vincent DeVito of Bowditch & Dewey.

The RENEW Energy Initiative was founded by a group of business professionals in 2010. Its mission is to promote the growth of renewable energy and increase energy efficiency in the Northeast region of the United States. The organization offers formal training and informal member networking events that feature speakers addressing industry technologies, public policy and case studies. For more information visit

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