Guide to energy rebates and incentives available in Massachusetts including: energy efficiency (home, appliances, business), renewables, clean heating and cooling, alternative transportation and more.
The Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition was one of 30 coalitions nationwide selected to receive interns through the U.S. DOE Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program for Fall 2020/Spring 2021. This is a paid position funded by U.S. DOE.
Creating a Clean, Affordable and Resilient Energy Future for the Commonwealth
The Leading by Example (LBE) Program facilitates and promotes state government clean energy and sustainability initiatives.
The Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition is part of a nationwide partnership sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Clean Cities Program.
Learn about the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard, including RPS Class I (formerly RPS), RPS Class II, and the Solar Carve Out I and II.
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) is a program in which Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states cooperate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Solar hot water, heat pumps, fuel cells, and more.
The Pathways to Zero Net Energy Program is a $3.5 million DOER initiative designed to assist with a transition to the next generation of high-performance buildings
Solar, wind, hydro, and more.
This initiative aims to help address service interruptions caused by severe weather.
Find employment and internship opportunities at the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resouces
Learn how to request public records from the Department of Energy Resources