Joan Bledsoe

  • donated 2020-06-30 15:11:46 -0400

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    Your support and participation are critical to MCAN’s work helping Massachusetts communities and individuals fight global warming. MCAN is an approved public charity under the provisions of IRS code 501(c)3.  Our EIN number is 26-3880797. Your contributions to MCAN are fully tax deductible.

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    Your support means more towns pass clean energy policies, more communities build clean energy projects, more teams learn from each other, and more innovative policies get spread across the commonwealth.

    Your donation is used to accelerate climate solutions and help build connections that keep our movement growing. 

    A $50 donation will support a clean energy tour. 

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    $500 pays for staff time for one on one coaching for passing a great energy policy in town. 

    $1,000 will help to support the larger campaigns and events that we hold, such as the cost of one Muni Summit with staff time, fees for renting the space, food, and transportation. 


  • rsvped for 7/29 MLP Zoom Summit 2020-06-30 14:53:44 -0400

    7/29 MLP Zoom Summit

    To Join Us, RSVP Below!

    As we integrate more clean energy onto the grid and move closer to a grid powered by 100% renewables, demand is rising to power new devices that were not electric before. Our lives are relying more frequently on electricity for everything from transportation to home heating and cooling. As we electrify, the need for energy efficiency is more important than ever.

    Our municipal light plants here in Massachusetts have an opportunity to be centers of innovation in energy efficiency. The new Residential Conservation Services guidelines allow different light plants to work together, along with their industry groups, to pool resources and accomplish big goals. That means bigger savings for families and greater impacts from clean energy usage.

    This webinar will focus on some energy efficiency policy proposals that are working in light plants across the country but have not yet been widely adopted here in Massachusetts. We focus on three areas that can make a big impact on transportation, hot water, and how to pay and finance upgrades.

    What: MLP Zoom Summit
    When: Thursday, July 29th, 5:30 PM
    Where: Via Zoom (link will be made available upon RSVP)

    After you RSVP you will be brought to a donation page, please consider making one in place of a ticket!

    This webinar will look at three proposals that focus on using electric vehicles to shave the peak, the role of electric hot water heaters in decreasing demand, and taking advantage of on-bill financing to pay for energy efficiency upgrades to your home.

    July 29, 2020 at 5:30pm
    46 rsvps rsvp

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