MassCEC’s Organics-to-Energy program provides funding to educate businesses and communities about organics-to-energy technologies, help communities and businesses evaluate organics-to-energy projects, and support construction of facilities.
For basic information on Organics-to-Energy technologies, please visit our About Organics-to-Energy webpage.
Commonwealth Organics-to-Energy Objectives & Benefits
All solicitations are currently closed. The solicitations described below are available for reference only. Please check back in 2013 for program updates, or sign up for our email list.
Grants are available for feasibility studies of potential projects that process source-separated organic materials into electricity or useable heat. Both public and private sector entities are welcome to apply.
Construction and Pilot Projects
Grants are available for qualifying projects that convert source-separated organic materials into electricity or heat, and for projects that add combined heat-and-power capabilities to existing anaerobic digestion systems. Both public and private sector entities are welcome to apply.
Technical Study/Technical Services
Grants are available to public entities only (including Massachusetts state agencies, municipalities, and legislatively-authorized regional governmental entities) for the evaluation of, or planning for, organics-to-energy projects within an applicant’s jurisdiction.