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Alicia Barton McDevitt

Alicia Barton McDevitt

CEO and Executive Director at Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC)

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You only have until October 31 to take advantage of the economic and environmental benefits of the Solarize Massachusetts Program. 

Solarize Massachusetts allows residents and small businesses to access discounts on rooftop solar installations through a group-buying program. It is simple for residents and businesses in the 17 Green Communities participating in the program. First installation in Hopkinton 2

Just follow the steps detailed in these photos and you too can get your home Solarized.

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Solarize Mass – Big Scale Impact for Small Scale Solar posted on Aug 20

Solarize Mass – Big Scale Impact for Small Scale Solar

The results of the Solarize Mass 2013-2014 two rounds managed to surpass numbers from the previous two years. Close to 1,500 contracts were signed and a total of nearly 10 megawatts of solar installed. During 2013’s first round, ten communities participated, and for the second round that ended this past June, another fifteen communities were chosen.

Carbon Neutral? A Closer Look at University Claims posted on Aug 14

Carbon Neutral? A Closer Look at University Claims

The five UMass university campuses have made enormous progress towards carbon neutrality. In particular, UMass Amherst has demonstrated impressive environmental leadership and received an Energy and Environmental Affairs’ Leading by Example award for achieving a 26 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions three years ahead of its 2012 goal.

Door-to-Door Campaign Reaps Energy Efficiency Gains posted on Aug 1

Door-to-Door Campaign Reaps Energy Efficiency Gains

Greenfield sent program specialists from Energy Smart Homes door-to-door to answer questions, explain the energy auditing process, and plan retrofit projects. So far, home energy assessments in Greenfield have taken place at four times the statewide rate.