Collaboration is essential to build Green Communities in Massachusetts. The plans and processes featured in this library are examples provided by cities and towns to share with other municipalities throughout the Commonwealth. Use these samples as reference tools to mobilize your community.
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources invites you to join its team of experts for upcoming webinars - and to review past webinars - on a variety of topics essential for your city or town to pursue clean energy activities.
Check out how Massachusetts’ Green Communities are utilizing Green Communities grants and tools to save energy, curtail emissions, and promote clean energy and alternative transportation.
- Town of Arlington
- Town of Belchertown
- City of Cambridge
- Town of Natick
- Town of Palmer
- City of Springfield
- Town of Sutton
- Amherst College Biomass Heating
- Ashburnham Briggs School Wood Pellet Boiler
- Town of Boxford See the Light
- Town of Westhampton Library
- Acton and Acton-Boxborough Schools Power Down Program
- Town of Scituate Wind Turbine
- Town of Montague, Energy Committee
A city or town may form an energy committee to create a team of community members that can help to increase collaboration, build consensus, and meet the challenges of establishing and implementing a community's energy goals.
- Tips for Organizing an Energy Committee
- Charge to Belchertown Energy Committee
- Gloucester Clean Energy Commission
DISCLAIMER: Documents published here are for informational purposes only. They are not intended to provide legal or technical advice.
This information is provided by the Department of Energy Resources.