Slideshow Featured Content

  • EEA to Hold Public Listening Sessions slide

    EEA to Hold Public Listening Sessions Under Executive Order 562 to Gather Input on Regulatory Reform Efforts

    Sessions Scheduled for Boston and Worcester on Oct 5 and Oct 19

    Learn More »

  • Baker-Polito Administration Completes Newburyport Project slide

    DFG Completes Newburyport Project Improving Recreational Fishing Pier and Boat Access

    Renovations included expansion of the Cashman Park fishing pier and new boarding floats for the popular boat access

    Learn More »

  • seaport economic council

    Seaport Economic Council

    A Grant Program for Coastal Communities in Massachusetts

    Learn More »

  • Solar Legislation to Raise Net Meetering Caps

    Baker-Polito Administration Files Solar Legislation to Raise Net Metering Caps, Continue Industry Growth

    Proposal Seeks to Achieve Cost Savings for Ratepayers, Promote Solar Development

    Learn More »

  • Energy Smarts Blog

    Electric Vehicle Rebates

    Working to create a cleaner energy future for Massachusetts

    Learn More »

  • Massachusetts Energy Dashboard

    Massachusetts Energy Dashboard

    Dashboard shows how Massachusetts uses energy and meets energy mandates.

    Learn More »

Professional License Information

Search by license type to find out where to apply for, renew, or verify a license, or to file a complaint against a license holder. (Ex. Nursing)

Select an Agency

Secretary Matthew A. Beaton oversees the Commonwealth’s six environmental, natural resource and energy regulatory agencies. Massachusetts is the first state in the nation to combine energy and environmental agencies under one Cabinet secretary.

Energy and Environmental Affairs Mission and Strategic Plan

The agencies and offices of EEA are progressing toward a clean energy future, but our mission does not stop there. We preserve open space, species habitat, and working landscapes; enforce pollution laws to protect public health and natural resources; review the environmental impact of major real estate and infrastructure developments; enhance the state’s role in energy conservation and production; manage fish and wildlife; and provide opportunities for outdoor recreation and access at the parks, beaches, and farms that make Massachusetts a wonderful place to live, work and play. Explore these links to learn what we do to create a cleaner, healthier, and more beautiful Commonwealth, so we can all take advantage of what Massachusetts has to offer: