Getting Clean Electricity

You have a number of options to supply your home with clean electricity. Installing solar electricity (PV) is a great way to transition a portion of your home’s electricity to clean sources. If you are not ready or able to invest in a solar PV system, buying clean electricity or participating in community solar are two other ways to begin the transition to clean energy.

Additional Resources for Clean Electricity

Solar PV
Buying Clean Electricity
Community Solar

Electric Vehicles

Transitioning your car to an electric vehicle (EV) will dramatically reduce your household’s greenhouse gas emissions, while saving you money on the fuel costs and maintenance that are customary with a gas-powered automobile.

Additional Resources for Electric Vehicles

Drive Green
MOR-EV
Drive Change. Drive Electric.

Other Appliances

In addition to your heating, cooling, hot water, and electric system, appliances in your home also contribute to your greenhouse gas emissions. Switching your appliances to be powered by electricity will reduce your dependence on fossil fuels and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions, especially as more renewable energy sources are added to the electric grid.

Additional Resources for Clean Energy Appliances

Clothes Dryer

Energy Star

Refrigerator

Energy Star

Dishwasher

Energy Star

Electric Clothes Dryer

Consumer Reports
Energy Star

Lighting

Energy Star

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Clean Energy Solutions for Your Home

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Join the Clean Energy Transformation

Let's work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from our homes and build a clean energy future for Massachusetts.

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