Three Local Towns Receive Clean Energy Grants

WAREHAM – The Baker administration Thursday awarded more than $660,000 in grants to towns across the state to support a series of clean energy projects.

The Municipality Energy Technical Assistance grants can be used for a variety of projects by towns, school districts, and water districts.

Provincetown received $12,500, Wareham is in line for $7,500, and Middleboro will get $20,000.

“I am pleased that Middleborough and Wareham are on this year’s list of grant recipients,” said State Representative Susan Gifford (R-Wareham). “My thanks go to the Baker-Polito Administration for again demonstrating that they are not just listening to our local community leaders but delivering valuable financial assistance in order for them to move toward their clean energy project goals.”

“Our administration is proud to provide our municipal and regional partners with the tools they need to reach our shared clean energy goals of reduced ratepayer costs, usage and emissions,”said Gov. Charlie Baker. “Municipal Energy Technical Assistance grants deliver crucial technical expertise to the local level, paving the way for innovative clean energy projects.”

About NewsCenter

The award-winning NewsCenter provides the Cape Cod community with a constant, credible source for local news. We are on the job seven days a week.
737 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Contact Us | Advertise Terms of Use 
Employment and EEO | Privacy