Guidance to public water suppliers on information to be submitted to MassDEP for wind and solar energy projects proposed on lands owned or controlled by public water systems.
Wind- and solar-energy projects proposed for lands within the Zone I of a public water supply may be approved upon written demonstration that the projects will have no significant adverse impact on the continued operation of the water supply, or on water quality, and that the energy generated by the project will be use
Anaerobically digested biosolids from wastewater treatment generate biogas which may be used for heat and electricity. This study provides background information and case studies of biogas production and usage at WWTPs in Massachusetts and nationally.
Summary of case studies in three Massachusetts facilities reaching zero- or near-zero-net energy use.
A model bylaw to help cities and towns establish reasonable zoning standards for wind power development, and to facilitate projects.
Web-based searchable database of well data
Interactive map application features towns with both parcel and significant high wind.
If you install new technology or a system, such as solar panels or a wind turbine on your site, there are resources to help you understand the process of interconnection with utilities. This link will take you to DOER's Google Web site.