Report celebrates Arlington for clean-energy accomplishments

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UPDATED, Aug. 17: Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center is releasing the 2021 edition of Renewable Communities, a report highlighting Arlington and other cities and towns across the Commonwealth that are leading the way to 100-percent renewable energy. A panel presented at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 17.

The report includes case studies of municipal solar projects, clean heating and cooling campaigns and renewable electricity aggregation. See the webinar here >>

Speakers share their successes and challenges, and what lessons other communities can learn from their experiences. Experts also discuss pending legislation at the State House that could accelerate our transition to 100-percent renewable energy across the Commonwealth.

Who: Ben Hellerstein, state director, Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center; Maria Marasco, executive director, Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative; Anne Mazar, Mendon municipal representative; and Carolyn Barthel, solar coach, Solarize Mendon-Upton. 

This news announcement was published Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021, and updated Aug. 17, to add a webinar link.

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