Learn more about the Clean Energy Results Program and goals established by MassDEP Commissioner Ken Kimmell and DOER Commissioner Mark Sylvia to promote clean energy and energy efficiency through MassDEP's everyday work.
Current efforts, case studies, successful projects for siting clean energy projects on landfills, water utilities and contaminated land. Also highlights technologies such as anaerobic digestion, wind turbines and solar photo voltaics.
Since the Clean Energy Results Program was launched in November 2011, MassDEP has assisted over 100 clean energy projects with the potential for over 80 megawatts of clean energy across Massachusetts. Learn more about the tremendous progress made through quarterly reports submitted by MassDEP to DOER.
Massachusetts Clean Energy Support Teams are up and running and available to provide information on: permitting requirements, environmental regulations and standards, and technical assistance available. DOER Green Communities Program contacts can provide you with education about the benefits of energy efficiency and renewable energy, guidance and technical assistance through the energy management process, as well as opportunities to fund energy improvements.