Electric Car Sharing Partners

National Science Foundation Mobility Hub Planning Grant Partners

Worcester Advisory Board

The Community Clean Energy Project is proud to work with a wide range of leaders in the Worcester community. Their wisdom and insight helps us impact the community in profound ways. Our advisory board members include:

The CCEP Worcester was a 2017-2019 Barr Foundation funding recipient.

Letters of Support

Thanks to all who have formally acknowledged their support, including:

US Congressman Jim McGovern

Harry Kokkinis, President of Table Talk Pies

Clark University

National Grid


“I am excited for the addition of the Community Clean Energy Project (CCEP) in my district. Energy costs continue to be a growing concern throughout all communities. The CCEP is an asset that will improve our homes and create needed savings. In District 4, we are thrilled to take leadership in renewable energy solutions with the CCEP.”

Sarai Rivera, Worcester City Councilor, District 4

“As a long-standing partner with the Main South community, Clark University is excited to welcome the CCEP to the neighborhood. The CCEP mission reinforces Clark’s values, working to create equitable change in our community and the environment.”

Jack Foley, Vice President for Government and Community Affairs, Clark University

“The CCEP is a victory for Worcester’s low-income residents…the CCEP provides a needed community asset that is capable of improving quality of life, reducing energy burdens, and building something that we can all be proud of.”

Steve Teasdale, Executive Director, Main South CDC