The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (MassDOER) is offering $40 million for energy resiliency projects as part of their Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative. The funding will be awarded through two separate solicitations, one for technical assistance and another for project implementation. “These grants will provide an opportunity for cities and towns to tap the technology and expertise of the commonwealth’s clean energy industry to protect residents and businesses from the effects of climate change,” said MassDOER Commissioner Mark Sylvia. 

For more information about MassDOER's Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative, visit the project website here, or read a recent article in EnergyEfficiencyMarkets.com