Gloucester is Thinking Green. Earth Day is this month and Democratic Dialogue focuses on the Green Initiatives in Gloucester: electric cars, charging stations, going solar, wind power and sustainability. They are also getting the word out about TownGreen2025 Sustainability Fair at O’Maley Middle School on April 29. TownGreen’s mission is to create a carbon footprint for Gloucester and Cape Ann that is as low as possible.
Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken launched Gloucester Green, a new program designed to help residents save money and energy, as well as helping to reduce their carbon footprint one household at a time. The city has partnered with National Grid for the initiative, with the utility provider offering no-cost energy assessments and assistance for local households. Gloucester residents interested in getting the free energy audit can visit www.masssave.com and sign up, or call 1-866-527-7283 to start the process. Once that process is completed, a Mass Save Energy Specialist will go to their home and perform a Home Energy Assessment, which can include a number of tangible benefits in addition to advice on making the house more eco-friendly.
Gloucester Green shared Mass Save's post.Monday, December 4th, 2017 at 10:09am
'Tis the season to go Gloucester Green and start saving energy and saving money. Sign up for a Mass Save no-cost home energy assessment today!
Gloucester Green shared Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken's post.Thursday, November 30th, 2017 at 10:08am
Gloucester's electric vehicle fleet is one of the leaders in the nation. Here's some great pictures of the EVs in the Police Department.
Gloucester Green added 2 new photos.Friday, November 10th, 2017 at 1:38pm
Stop by the Elks to go Gloucester Green and support honor our veterans. Cape Ann Veterans Services is accepting donations for our troops, and Mass Save is selling commemorative LED bulbs. Part of the proceeds are donated to Massachusetts Fallen Heroes.