Creating a Cleaner Energy Future for the Commonwealth
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) develops and implements policies and programs aimed at ensuring the adequacy, security, diversity, and cost-effectiveness of the Commonwealth's energy supply within the context of creating a cleaner energy future. To that end, DOER strives to:

  • Ensure deployment of all cost-effective energy efficiency
  • Maximize development of clean energy resources
  • Create and implement energy strategies to assure reliable supplies and improve the cost of clean energy relative to fossil-fuel based generation
  • Support Massachusetts' clean energy companies and spur Massachusetts' clean energy employment

DOER is an agency of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA).


Contact Us

100 Cambridge St., Suite 1020, Boston, MA 02114 (maps/directions: Google Maps)

General inquiries: 617-626-7300 / fax: 617-727-0030 / tty: 617-727-2404 / DOER.Energy@State.MA.US

For comments/questions about speaking engagements or DOER web content, please contact Susan Kaplan at 617-626-7361.

Senior Staff

Acting Commissioner, Dan Burgess, 617-626-7385 / Executive Assistant, Sharon Harris, 617-626-7332

Chief of Staff, Jane Savery, 617-626-7319

Chief Financial Officer, Stephan White, 617-6267389

Legal Counsel, Elizabeth Mahony, 617-626-7323


Energy Efficiency Division Deputy Director, Ian Finlayson, 617-626-4910 

Energy Markets Division Director, Farhad Aminpour, 617-626-7359

Green Communities Division Acting Director, Lisa Capone, 617-626-7358

Leading By Example Director, Eric Friedman, 617-626-1034

Marketing & Stakeholder Engagement Director, Susan Kaplan, 617-626-7361

Renewable Energy Division Director, Dwayne Breger, 617-626-7327

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