How Massachusetts’ C&I Energy Users Can Capitalize on New Solar+Storage Incentives

by | Oct 10, 2018

A new incentive program—the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) program—compensates behind-the-meter solar power capacity in the state.

While solar incentive programs are not new to Massachusetts, the SMART program creates a new opportunity for C&I energy users to integrate solar-plus-storage systems at no upfront cost, which can provide valuable off-grid power resources to reduce energy spend significantly while also earning payments through New England’s demand response programs.

Join us on Thursday, November 8, for a 30-minute webinar to learn:

  • What makes the SMART program different than previous solar incentives in Massachusetts
  • How combining energy storage and solar PV enables large energy users to access an “enhanced” power purchase agreement (PPA)
  • How large energy users can integrate solar-plus-storage technology at no upfront cost and without taking on the responsibility of installing or operating the system


Dave Hebert

Dave Hebert, Sales Director, East, Enel X North America

Dave Hebert is the director of DER sales for the east markets for Enel X North America. He is focused on innovative energy storage, microgrid, and DER solutions. Prior to joining Enel X North America, Dave was Vice President of Business Development with Sunverge Energy and focused on working with utilities across North America to advance their use of distributed Virtual Power Plants in the management of the grid.


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