Solect Energy Development

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    Solect is a full-service solar photovoltaic (PV) project developer and installer based in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, delivering smart solar and energy management solutions that help businesses and organizations reduce energy costs. As an industry leader in commercial-scale solar energy, Solect takes a practical approach to the development, installation and on-going support of each system. We partner closely with our customers, providing strong financial insight and solar technology expertise to optimize their investment while creating a positive impact on the environment. Solect currently has installed over 32 MW (megawatts) of commercial PV systems, with a primary focus on commercial, light industrial and institutional properties in New England.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2010
    HQHopkinton, MA, US
    Websitesolect.com

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    Employees (est.) (Dec 2019)72(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Key People/Management at Solect Energy Development

    Frank Newhard

    Frank Newhard

    Sr. VP of Operations
    Ken Driscoll

    Ken Driscoll

    Chief Executive Officer
    James R. Dumas

    James R. Dumas

    Chief Operating Officer
    Matt Shortsleeve

    Matt Shortsleeve

    VP Development
    Craig W. Huntley

    Craig W. Huntley

    Chief Development Officer
    John Mosher

    John Mosher

    VP Energy Solutions
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    Solect Energy Development Office Locations

    Solect Energy Development has offices in Hopkinton and Aurora
    Hopkinton, MA, US (HQ)
    89 Hayden Rowe St
    Aurora, IL, US
    2601 Beverly Dr
    Hopkinton, MA, US
    45 South St
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    Solect Energy Development Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    2010

    Solect Energy Development Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    A

    91/100

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    Solect Energy Development Online and Social Media Presence

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    Solect Energy Development Blogs

    Why Now is a Great Time To Add a Solar Canopy or Carport to Your Property

    The Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) program has driven significant solar deployment in the state since its establishment in 2018. Businesses, schools, municipalities, and nonprofits are taking advantage of the state’s strong incentives to generate additional revenue while contribu…

    Commercial Solar Benefits with Massachusetts SMART

    Why Now is the Perfect Time to Go Solar in Massachusetts As many public entities and businesses struggle through the current health and economic crisis, we’re excited to share some positive news for those in Massachusetts: new solar incentives are available and better than ever! The post Commercial …

    POWEROPTIONS EXPANDS PARTNERSHIP WITH SOLECT ENERGY THROUGH LARGE-SCALE SOLAR AND STORAGE PROGRAM

    Massachusetts Solar Developer Now Serving Schools, Government Entities and Nonprofits of All Sizes BOSTON and HOPKINTON, Mass., July 7, 2020 – PowerOptions, the largest energy-buying consortium in New England, has expanded its relationship with Solect Energy to offer large scale solar and storage to…

    Super-Charge Your Energy Savings with Solar+Storage

    Solar energy is a powerful way to reduce electricity overhead expenses for cities, towns and schools. Solar energy plus energy storage is even more powerful. The potential for your organization to save and profit from solar has entered a new dimension with the introduction of solar with energy stora…

    HOW SCHOOLS ARE LOWERING OPERATING EXPENSES WITH SOLAR

    For school administrators, budget directors and school board members, the annual budgeting cycle is high-pressure to say the least. And it never seems to end. You can be wrapping up last year’s budget, managing the current year’s budget and planning next year’s budget all at the same time! Sometimes…

    WHY BUSINESS OWNERS SHOULD CARE ABOUT UTILITY DEMAND CHARGES

    Energy storage systems, also called battery systems, are increasingly popular with commercial and industrial business owners for three reasons: They provide some emergency backup electricity during power outages. They allow businesses to use stored solar electricity instead of buying expensive utili…
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    Solect Energy Development Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Solect Energy Development founded?

      Solect Energy Development was founded in 2010.

    • Who are Solect Energy Development key executives?

      Solect Energy Development's key executives are Frank Newhard, Ken Driscoll and James R. Dumas.

    • How many employees does Solect Energy Development have?

      Solect Energy Development has 72 employees.

    • Who are Solect Energy Development competitors?

      Competitors of Solect Energy Development include SolSuntech, Solar Power Industries and SunSaluter.

    • Where is Solect Energy Development headquarters?

      Solect Energy Development headquarters is located at 89 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton.

    • Where are Solect Energy Development offices?

      Solect Energy Development has offices in Hopkinton and Aurora.

    • How many offices does Solect Energy Development have?

      Solect Energy Development has 3 offices.