If you want to hear good news about energy in Massachusetts, let me introduce you to two state agencies, two colleges, four municipalities, and two extraordinary individuals. At a late October State House ceremony, the Patrick Administration presented awards to various public entities and individuals …Continue Reading Four Municipalities, Two Universities, Two State Agencies & Two Individuals
On Wednesday, July 24, state officials met at Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) to celebrate and reaffirm a clean energy “vision.” It seemed a fitting location: the nearby wind turbine served as a visual reminder of MMA’s dedication to greening its campus. And the crowd could …Continue Reading Celebrating the Vision – Five Years of Clean Energy
On the evening of Thursday, June 13th, Northampton residents gathered together to meet the company to participate in the Solarize Mass Northampton program that runs through September 30th. Real Goods Solar was selected through a competitive process by a committee made up of MassCEC, DOER, …Continue Reading Solarize Mass – Northampton Meets the Installer
Reaching the mark set by Criterion 3 for the Green Communities Program may seem like a daunting goal − some municipalities wonder if they can do it. The criterion stipulates that in order for a municipality to be designated a Green Community, it must “Establish …Continue Reading 20% Community Energy Reduction – Is it Possible?
Local leadership — cities and towns — has been central to Massachusetts’ success in clean energy; particularly energy efficiency and solar photovoltaics.
Alicia Barton McDevitt CEO and Executive Director at Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) View Alicia's Bio 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 …Continue Reading Step-by-Step Guide to Solarize
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