About Powering Pittsfield: The Powering Pittsfield Community Energy Challenge is a city-led outreach initiative designed to engage and empower residents and business owners to contribute to the goal of a 20% community-wide energy use reduction by 2020.
Working with our partners at Berkshire Gas and WMECo, Powering Pittsfield is able to provide a Concierge Service through the Center for EcoTechnology (CET). This Concierge Service will guide participants along every step in the process from finding energy efficiency opportunities to implementing energy conservation measures while taking advantage of the unbelievable incentives and rebates now available.
Powering Pittsfield is a great resource for businesses, property owners and residents looking to increase their energy efficiency, with little or no up-front costs. Increasing energy efficiency will shrink your carbon footprint with the immediate benefits of reduced energy bills and an increased level of comfort in your home or business.
Powering Pittsfield is currently engaging businesses and building owners in our downtown area of North and South Streets. We will soon be reaching out to homeowners in the Morningside and Westside neighborhoods.
Do you have a Home or Business in Pittsfield?
Get Started Now by contacting CET at (413) 445-4556 ext. 10.
Tools and Tips
Not ready to sign up for Powering Pittsfield? Follow these links to find useful tools and tips to help you reduce your energy bills.
Western Mass Saves - For WMECO customers, has a free tool to monitor your monthly energy use and a rewards program for those who reduce their energy use.
Energy Savers Guidebook - The Department of Energy's free Energy Savers Guidebook is full of great tips and is a great resource for learning all about energy efficiency issues in and around your home.
Energy Star Kids - A fun and informative site for children with activities and games.
Kids Saving Energy - A great website from the U.S. Dept. of Energy with games and information for kids.
Massachusetts Clean Enery Center - If you are interested in installing a solar electric or solar thermal system at your home or business, the MassCEC website is the ultimate resource for all the information on incentives and installation in Massachusetts.
Berkshire Gas Energy Saving Tips - Energy saving tips and strategies from Berkshire Gas
WMECO EnergyWise - Energy saving tips and information on renewable energy options
Newsletter - Sign up here to stay updated on the progress of Powering Pittsfield.
Learn more about Powering Pittsfield
Program Announcement - Learn about the goals and creation of Powering Pittsfield
Program Summary - Learn about Pittsfield's steps towards energy efficiency
Contact Us - For more information please contact Powering Pittsfield at City Hall
Phone: (413) 499-9344
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