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The Northampton Community Energy Strategies Program is an initiative developed by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) in collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) Green Communities Division.
It provides local residents and businesses an opportunity to work with city leaders to identify, assess and enable new energy efficiency, renewable energy and renewable heating and cooling projects and programs to serve the Northampton community.
As part of the program, community members will define their vision for Northampton’s clean energy future, engaging neighbors, policy-makers, and technical experts in a multi-event stakeholder process.
This process combines a high-level resource assessment with broad stakeholder involvement in order to identify and enable clean energy technologies, projects and incentives best suited to address Northampton’s needs and interests.
Public meetings will also be held for residents and business owners to provide their input throughout the process.
Key Forum Topics
- Where will our energy come from in the next 20 years?
- What types of clean energy projects make the most sense of Northampton?
- What is Northampton’s clean energy vision, and how will it become a reality?
How to Get Involved
- Provide input by email.
- Contact a member of the Northampton Community Energy Strategies Program working group.
- Attend upcoming Community Energy Strategies Program events.