Alicia Barton McDevitt
CEO and Executive Director at Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC)
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.
Just follow the steps detailed in these photos and you too can get your home Solarized.
Home Baked Energy Efficiency with a Tasty Glazing posted on Sep 30
To reduce home energy consumption as rates rise, one town in Northwest Massachusetts has found a creative do-it-yourself solution.
Renewables To Blunt Power Outages From Major Storms posted on Sep 26
To make sure that Massachusetts can avoid the energy-related problems faced by New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania during Hurricane Sandy, the Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative will provide municipalities with reliable, renewable alternatives to diesel generators that also align with the Commonwealth’s greenhouse gas reduction and clean energy goals.
Energizing Future Generations posted on Sep 23
For the past two years, Massachusetts has participated in a federal program that recognizes schools working hard to educate future generations about clean energy and improvements in Massachusetts school buildings. This year, the Commonwealth will again participate in the U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools recognition program.