• Alternate fuel types and fuel vehicles

    Vehicles that use alternative fuels, such as biodiesel, electricity, and natural gas, in place of oil help to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere and increase our energy security. Learn what the Massachusetts Clean City Coalition is doing to promote the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs).
  • Clean energy workforce and development programs

    Commonwealth Corporation has invested in clean energy workforce development programs and training capacity since 2007. Learn about grants for clean energy instructors; employment and training programs that prepare Massachusetts’ residents for jobs in the Commonwealth’s clean energy sector; and other workforce development grants to build worker skills and improve business competitiveness.
  • Energy efficiency

    Saving energy saves you money whether you're at home, on the road, in the workplace, at school, at the mall, or in your apartment complex. Explore these links and Mass Save to find the information and services you need to take action. It's time for everyone to get involved.
  • Energy utilities

    Here you'll find quick links to utility companies in Massachusetts, advice on how to file a complaint against a utility company, various energy and utility assistance programs, and information on the natural gas and electric power industries.
  • Green energies

    Did you know that stormwater pollution, especially in developed urban areas, is a leading cause of water quality degradation in U.S. surface waters? Here you can explore green business development initiatives, learn about services, grant programs and tools designed to help municipalities pursue energy efficiency measures, large renewable energy projects, and innovative methods that use less fossil fuel.
  • Home energy

    Want to save money on your utility bills? Wondering which home appliance models are the most efficient? Find advice, resources, services and incentives that make it easier here.
  • Renewable energy

    Wondering what renewable energy is, and why it's important? You'll find the answers here, along with information on funding programs and incentives, renewable energy installation assistance and more.
  • The Clean Cities Program

    Clean Cities strives to advance the nation's economic, environmental, and energy security by supporting local decisions to adopt practices that contribute to the reduction of petroleum consumption.
  • Water distribution - investor-owned utilities

    Find information about the Department of Public Utilities' regulation of investor-owned water utilities, learn about the Water Division's responsibilities and the Massachusetts law about excavations on public and private property, and learn what interest rates for security deposits and late payment charges are for non-residential customers of investor-owned utilities.