On Thursday, March 23rd at 7pm in City Hall’s main council chamber, the Medford Energy and Environment Committee is hosting an information night about community energy aggregation. Also known as municipal energy aggregation, this program has potential to save residents money and enhance local use of renewable energy sources.
All those interested in learning more should attend the information night for a presentation and opportunity to ask questions from energy experts. As cities and towns across Massachusetts have developed similar and successful programs, Medford now has the opportunity to improve its energy use with innovative policy and practices. Community involvement and input from residents is the highest priority and this information night is the first step in a process of making our community more environmentally responsible.
For more information, please contact the City’s Office of Energy and Environment at 781-393-2137 or email the committee chair, Curtis Tuden, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part of the 2017 Go Green Medford Coalition