Community Microgrid - Final Reports

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Community Microgrids Program seeks to catalyze the development of community microgrids throughout Massachusetts to lower customer energy costs, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and provide increased energy resilience. 


In February, 2018, MassCEC announced $1.05 million in funding for feasibility studies of 14 projects in communities throughout the Commonwealth, 13 of the 14 projects recently completed their final reports which can be found below. 

  1. Charlestown Navy Yard Community Microgrid Feasibility Study
  2. Chelsea Community Microgrid Feasibility Assessment
  3. Chinatown Community Microgrid Feasibility Assessment
  4. City of Melrose Community Microgrid
  5. City of Pittsfield Downtown Microgrid MassCEC Feasibility Assessment
  6. Hanscom Airforce Base & MIT Lincoln Laboratory Microgrid Feasibility Study
  7. Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park District Energy Microgrid MassCEC Feasibility Assessment
  8. South Acton Water Treatment Plant Microgrid Preliminary Design
  9. Town of Hull Community Microgrid Final Report
  10. Montague Microgrid Preliminary Design
  11. Palmer Community Microgrid MassCEC Feasibility Assessment
  12. Massachusetts Clean Energy Center CoMWIT Feasibility Study
  13. Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Clean Community Energy Project (CCEP) Feasibility Study