Community Clean Energy Resiliency
This $40 million initiative is part of the Patrick Administration’s comprehensive climate change preparedness effort. It is a grant program focused on municipal resilience that uses clean energy technology solutions to protect communities from interruptions in energy services due to severe climate events made worse by the effects of climate change.
Technical Assistance Awards
Through the Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative, DOER has awarded 27 applicants technical assistance support, at no cost to them, through a consulting team procured by DOER. This team, a partnership between the Cadmus Group, MCFA and HOMER Energy, will provide expert analysis of potential project sites and critical facilities, and develop recommendations for resilient clean energy solutions. Click to view the awarded applicants, a brief summary of the projects they are pursuing, and a list of the critical facilities supported through the projects.
Project Implementation Solicitation (PON-ENE-2014-036)
Through the Community Clean Energy Resiliency initiative applicants may request project implementation funding. DOER seeks projects that will provide critical services using clean energy technology to vital facilities in communities across the Commonwealth.
All of the information on this solicitation can be found on CommBuys.
The solicitation application information is provided here .
The application form required for submission is provided here - Amended.
DOER hosted webinars to support the Community Clean Energy Resiliency initiative:
- overview of the initiative
- explanation of the technical assistance opportunity and the services provided by our consulting team
- explanation of the project implementation opportunity
Slides and recordings are posted of the live webinar sessions.
Please find additional information related to the Community Clean Energy Resiliency below.