The Community Clean Energy Project (CCEP) model involves consumers, utilities, community stakeholders, technology companies, funders, Federal/State energy programs, clean energy and mobility organizations and local government as partners committed to a reliable, clean energy future.
The CCEP team identifies existing policy and programmatic barriers and impediments that prevent full integration of clean energy and mobility technologies and develops strategies and best practices to resolve such issues. By developing demonstration projects, the CCEP gives insight into current market practices and technological issues that benefit, or impede, the development of community-based energy and mobility solutions for rural and urban locations in the New England.
IN THE NEWS
Energy News Network reports that Massachusetts utilities propose plans to ramp up electric vehicle infrastructure
The Boston Business Journal highlights Good2Go as “Zipcar meets Tesla”
The Boston Globe showcases Good2Go
Good2Go is featured on the Cool Solutions Podcast
Press Release highlighting Good2Go’s ribbon cutting
Good2Go is featured in Energy News Network “This Boston car-sharing service puts low-income drivers in electric vehicles“
E4TheFuture is funded by the National Science Foundation to design mobility hubs in RI
EVs arrive in Boston for Income-Tiered EV Car Share Program, Good2Go
E4 is awarded ACTNow grant from MassCEC for Income-Tiered EV Car Sharing
MassCEC Community Microgrids Stakeholder Kickoff Meeting held February 21, 2019
A Heat Pump educational event was held in Tyringham, MA December 4, 2018
Urban Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Study Launched
Energy Efficiency Week in Tyringham, MA: 350% Increase in Mass Save Participation by Residents
Worcester Magazine: Worcester CCEP helps lead Massachusetts clean energy transition (Issue archived)
The Barr Foundation awarded E4TheFuture a $100,000 grant to help develop a clean energy microgrid.