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Apply for a Non-Residential SCEF Subscription

To apply to the Shared Clean Energy Facilities (SCEF) program as a non-residential customer, you must be a low-income service organization, a for-profit or nonprofit organization that provides service or assistance to low-income individuals, a landlord of an affordable housing facility, or a commercial, state or municipal customer.

How to Apply

  1. Review the SCEF eligibility guidelines
  2. Fill out the form below
  3. After we receive your application, we'll review your information
  4. If we determine that you're eligible, you'll be put on a list of eligible customers and considered for a SCEF subscription during enrollment events
  5. We'll notify you if you're selected for a SCEF subscription

Application Form

Contact Information

Eversource Account Information

Attestation Statement

I am the Applicant and the Primary Electric Account holder applying for enrollment in the SCEF program. I attest that all information I provide is truthful and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I understand that applying to this program does not guarantee me a SCEF subscription. I understand that by submitting this application I will be considered for enrollment in the SCEF program for a period of up to three (3) years.

I understand that if I am selected for enrollment in the SCEF program, I will be sent a Subscription Summary Form with the details of my subscription, its start date and the program Terms and Conditions by my electric utility. If, at that time, I no longer wish to participate in the SCEF program I will be provided 3 days from receipt of my Subscription Summary Form to notify Eversource that I decline my subscription. If I do not decline to participate within that time, I will be automatically enrolled in the SCEF program and will begin to receive SCEF credits on my electric bill. I have the right to cancel my subscription at any time post-enrollment without penalty.