Efforts & Results
Earth Day 2017: A Creative Clean-Energy Solution
Worcester Telegram, April 21, 2017
Massachusetts' Return on Investment: A Gap Funding Model for Success file size 3MB
AWWA Journal Article, October, 2016
Innovation in the Water Sector: Pathway to Zero Net Energy file size 5MB
AWWA Journal Article, July, 2016
A partnership between the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) and the public water and wastewater sector on clean energy projects has created a number of highly successful clean energy projects. This is helping the water sector transform itself to act as a clean energy resource to their communities while meeting its fundamental mission to provide safe, clean water.
The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, has recognized the "Massachusetts Clean Energy Partnership for Wastewater and Drinking Water Facilities" project as one of five finalists in this year's Innovations in American Government Awards competition.
MassDEP Clean Energy Results Program Efforts
Presentations at the 30th Annual International Conference on Assessment, Remediation, Regulation and the Energy Environmental Interface, UMass Amherst October 20-23, 2014
- Organics to Energy - Clean Energy Results file size 11MB
- Drinking Water and Wastewater Facilities file size 12MB
- Facilitating the Development of Clean Energy on Contaminated Land in Massachusetts file size 11MB
- MassDEP Greener Cleanup Guidance file size 1MB
- Promoting Renewable Energy Development on Closed MA Landfills file size 13MB