Green Communities Division (MassDOER)

Green Communities Division (MassDOER)

The Green Communities Division provides funding opportunities to reduce municipal energy use and costs by way of clean energy projects in municipal buildings, facilities, and schools; guidance, technical assistance, and local support from Regional Coordinators. In addition, the Division provides education on the benefits of clean, affordable, resilient energy, and renewable energy projects.


Main Office
100 Cambridge St., Suite 1020, Boston, MA 02114


Main Number (617) 626-7300

Open M-F 8:45am-5:00pm


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Who we serve

The Green Communities Division strives to help all 351 Massachusetts cities and towns find clean energy solutions that reduce long-term energy costs and strengthen local economies. The Division provides technical assistance and financial support for municipal initiatives to improve energy efficiency and increase the use of renewable energy in public buildings, facilities and schools.

In July 2017, DOER began migrating its website content into this new format. While this process is underway, some pages will remain on the Mass DOER classic site.

Recent news & announcements

Press Release

Baker-Polito Administration Announces New Partnerships for Municipal LED Streetlight Conversion Program 

9/25/2017 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Over $4.3 Million in Grants to 40 Municipalities

Press Release

Baker-Polito Administration Awards Municipal Energy Technical Assistance Grants to 56 Communities 

9/07/2017 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Grants Allow Municipalities and Water and School Districts to Advance Clean Energy Goals

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