Thanks to all the advocates who wouldn’t let this bill die! Please spread the good news!
This comprehensive bill will accelerate the clean energy transition through:
There is still more work to do!
We must go beyond a 10-town pilot program to ensure all residents have access to newly constructed housing that is fossil fuel-free.
This is why advocates are continuing to ask the Department of Energy Resources to release a statewide net zero building code that all communities can adopt.
In order to protect the health of Commonwealth residents and reduce emissions from buildings, there can be no fossil fuel pathway in the opt-in building code.
Thank you for being tireless climate justice fighters and for getting this bill over the finish line.
Want to do more?
Review and sign this MCAN letter to DOER TODAY before 10AM.
Together we are powerful.
Wellesley has a Municipal Light Plant Board that is run by elected Board members who decide on the source of your electricity. Electing climate champions to MLP boards can lead to significant changes in a community’s clean energy plans, emission reduction and even job creation. Your elected MLP members can decide where and how you get electricity.
If you, or folks you know are interested in learning more about Municipal Light Plants or Boards, please attend a webinar on Tuesday, Feb 22nd from 5:30-6:30pm.
Can't make the webinar? Reach out to Carolyn Liu : email@example.com or Maliha Khan: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to understand how municipal utilities are different from investor-owned utilities?
Then check out Massachusetts Climate Action Network’s new podcasts discussing MCAN's 2021 Municipal Light Plant (MLP) Scorecard! Highlights include: What’s the Score: MCAN’s New Report and What Your MLP Can Do to Go Green?