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We're so grateful to those of you who helped us earn a New Year's match.
Donations support our climate advocacy, education, and programming.

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Make our energy use greener and more dynamic? We say: We can do this if we plan ahead for a change. What we cannot do is slow down the transition to clean energy.

We're proud to empower consumers and communities to speed a just transition to a zero-carbon world. Your donations help us accomplish our education, programs, and advocacy for climate action.

 
Staff at Mass Black Expo test drive station in October 2023

Thousands of people have joined our events & webinars explaining Inflation Reduction Act and state clean energy incentives, solar, heat pumps, and electric cars. And, working with Quincy Asian Resources, Inc and the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, we're broadening the reach of electric vehicle education.
 

Gloucester wind turbine tour

A dozen new communities have joined our Green Municipal Aggregation programs in 2023. These communities are offering affordable electricity rates with more renewable energy. We're advocating to make sure more communities can, too.

Policy advocate Amanda Barker gives an update at our 2023 Spring Meeting in Providence RI.

Our climate policy work never ends, with a focus on policies that support renewable energy, energy efficiency, electrification, and climate justice. We've launched the Clean Heat Platform in Massachusetts to shift heating away from fossil fuels, with over 70 organizations signed on in support. And in Rhode Island, we're focused on ensuring implementation of its landmark legislation, An Act on Climate.

With respect to energy, we are trusted throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. 

 

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We're a non-profit driving change in energy consumer behavior and public policy with a simple plan: Educate people. Activate practical, climate-friendly choices in their lives. Influence policymakers with our collective power.