From Pittsfield to Provincetown, federal stimulus dollars are being put to work to create jobs, spur innovation, and to secure the development of clean, sustainable energy sources right here in Massachusetts. Nearly $70 million in stimulus funds are being invested by the Department of Energy Resources and its partners, weatherizing buildings and upgrading heating systems in cities, towns, and state buildings; installing solar panels at college campuses and small businesses, and demonstrating exciting energy technologies in affordable housing complexes and historic buildings.
This interactive map displays clean energy and energy efficiency projects in Massachusetts funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. On this map, you can find detailed information about projects and search by both geographic location and project type (e.g., wind, solar). Each dot represents a project in Massachusetts that received Federal stimulus dollars, and each color corresponds to the type of project indicated on the map legend.
This information is provided by the Department of Energy Resources.
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