Community Clean Energy Projects

CCEP initiatives include material demonstrations and piloting of technologies not yet incorporated into existing markets – whether through regulation, established energy efficiency/renewable programs, or market practices – that have the potential to significantly increase efficiency, clean energy access and affordability. E4TheFuture acts as the facilitator among project participants  and engages interested parties (utilities, government agencies, foundations and businesses) to replicate the CCEP’s demonstration projects in other locations.

The CCEP aims to bring clean energy benefits to all. Equity is a cornerstone of the CCEP; the CCEP aims to benefit those who may not otherwise have access to clean energy.

Our Massachusetts projects include:

Electric Car Sharing
Anaerobic Digestion
Community Microgrids
Efficiency Pilots