Communities Powered by MassEnergize

Our communities are our heart and soul. We define “community” very broadly. It can be a city, town, neighborhood, or a collaboration of nearby towns and surrounding areas, which we consider a “geographic entity”. We also work with or “geographically dispersed” communities, such as a collaboration of houses of worship spread across a state, or businesses, and other types of affinity groups. There is no upper or lower size limit, no set formula. Every community is unique, and our web platform can accommodate any shape or size.

The following communities have launched their platforms. There are many more working behind the scenes, finalizing their websites for later launch.

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Cities & Towns
Other Communities
Schools
Acton – Energize Acton
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Ashland – Energize Ashland
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Berkshires – Cooler Communities Berkshires Schools
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Boston – Fairmount Indigo Collaborative
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Boston – Jewish Climate Action Network (JCAN) of Massachusetts
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Boston – Solarize Eastie
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Boxborough – Energize Boxborough
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Concord – Cooler Concord
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Cooler Communities
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Framingham – Energize Framingham
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Franklin – Energize Franklin
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Harvard – Harvard Climate Initiative
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Lexington – Lexington Climate Action Toolkit
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Littleton – Energize Littleton
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Medfield – Sustainable Medfield
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Melrose – Melrose Climate Action
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Milton – Sustainable Milton
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Natick – EcoNatick
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Newburyport – Energize Newburyport
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Newton – Green Newton
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Pepperell – Green Pepperell
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Sherborn – Sustainable Sherborn
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Stow – Energize Stow
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Wayland – Energize Wayland
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