February 21, 2018 — E4TheFuture’s Worcester project was among fourteen selected by Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s Community Microgrids Program for feasibility study funding. The $75,000 grants will help set the stage for the Commonwealth to “meet a range of objectives, including greenhouse gas emission reductions, economic development, community resilience, energy cost reductions and clean energy integration,” stated Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton in the announcement.
Read the full announcement from MassCEC. See the Community Clean Energy Project Approach. Visit the Worcester page of the Community Clean Energy Project.