Author: Aliyah Chidbubem

April 3, 2020

Ways to Conserve While Under Quarantine or (COVID-tine)

While we are all hobbiting away during the State of Emergency, we at Rayah think it’s important as a company and as individuals working and living in the renewable energy landscape, to share some... Continue Reading ›

March 6, 2019

The State of Solar

The Light of Hope For over a decade now, like-minded people all over the US have been working together, in government and non-government forms, to promote an eco-friendly, energy-independent, healthy green infrastructure; and doing ... Continue Reading ›

November 16, 2017

Changes To The Mass Solar Loan Program

What a Great Program! Rolled out in fall of 2016, the Mass Solar Loan Program (MSL), sponsored by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has been ... Continue Reading ›

June 22, 2017

Here Comes The Light - Solar on an International Front

Rayah Bringing the Light to Men Solar has been an increasing trend for countries such as Germany and the United States, bolstering their economy and creating jobs with the implementation of solar. However, as ... Continue Reading ›

March 2, 2017

Mass Solar Loan: A New Way for Homeowners to Save

In 2015, designs were put in place for a $30 million residential solar loan program. Built to complement the nation's leading solar market in Massachusetts, the Mass Solar Loan (MSL) program was born. This ... Continue Reading ›

August 13, 2015

What Are You Looking to Get out of Solar?

What are you looking to get out of solar? There are various goals and interests ranging from decreasing ones’ carbon footprint (and other environmentally inspired reasons), being independent of the utility grid, to saving ... Continue Reading ›

August 8, 2014

Life & the Rayah Solar Experience

At one point in my life, I was a lazy college student with a job at the information booth at the Northeastern University Student Center. My job was to provide general information about the ... Continue Reading ›