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City Hosting Kickoff Event for Electrify Medford Program

City Hosting Kickoff Event for Electrify Medford Program

Kickoff to take place on July 31 at 5pm at the Medford Public Library 
Event will help educate residents on ways to reduce home energy costs  

The City is hosting a kickoff event on July 31 from 5-7pm at the Medford Public Library for the start of the Electrify Medford outreach campaign to help residents learn about resources to make their homes more energy efficient, announced Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn. The Electrify Medford program helps residents save money on their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint through energy efficiency, electrification, and solar home upgrades, with a focus on underrepresented and underserved communities. 

The kickoff event will share resources about available programs and incentives. Electrify Medford coaches will be available to answer any questions and talk with people about their specific situations. There will also be fun activities for kids and light refreshments.  

“There are lots of incentives and resources available to help people lower energy costs, but with so much information out there, it can be challenging to know what the best options are, “Mayor Lungo-Koehn said. “Electrify Medford aims to help people navigate through this maze of information and put some hard-earned money back in their pockets. We hope you can join us to kick off this project, learn more, and get any questions answered by our team.” 

Electrify Medford will serve as a “one-stop shop” to connect residents with available resources and help them make changes in their own homes. Coaches are Medford residents who have been trained on the available options and may have done this work in their own homes. Options will be available for all residents, and the City has been awarded grant funding specifically to support efforts to reach residents with historically less access to clean energy and energy efficiency programs, such as multilingual populations, renters, environmental justice (EJ) communities, and communities impacted by environmental hazards. 

Electrify Medford is supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) EmPower Massachusetts program. To learn more, visit  


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