Clean Energy in Massachusetts

Massachusetts has a clean energy future. Clean Water Action is fighting climate change while working to bridge racial and economic gaps through creative, multi-stakeholder coalitions. Read on for more about our Massachusetts energy campaigns. 

Brayton Point Ceases Power Generation in Key Moment for Region’s Energy Future

Community leaders and organizations call on Dynegy to collaborate on a just transition for workers and residents.

Massachusetts Campaign for a Clean Energy Future

Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing our planet, our country, and our beloved bay state.

Green Justice Coalition Pushes “Solar For All” in Massachusetts with MA Black and Latino Legislative Caucus

BOSTON – Renters and low-income communities can benefit from solar energy, but state policies are standing in the way.

The Bay State Needs a Price on Carbon

We are all aware of the devastating impacts climate change could have on Massachusetts, intensifying storms and wreaking havoc on aging infrastructure. Tell Governor Baker to lead on climate.

From We All Live Downstream

April 19, 2018

If you open up your social media feed you’ll probably notice a lot of news about incredible young people doing powerful things to influence policy, make the world a better place, or just being awesome. The youth are our future, which is why Clean Water Action decided to start a Youth Advisory Board (YAB). We’ve had a great time meeting with folks of different ages and backgrounds to work on and discuss many of the issues Clean Water works to address on a daily basis.

Flooding in winthrop, photo: @jeffreytngrid on twitter
March 22, 2018

The calendar says it is officially spring now, but we're not feeling it on the ground in the Northeast. We just experienced our fourth Nor'easter in recent weeks, the "Foureaster" as friends are joking on Facebook. In my town of Winthrop, Massachusetts, we have been rocked by this "new normal" on our small peninsula with only two roads in and out of town.

Resonant Energy - Second Church in Dorchester, MA
February 26, 2018

(Photo Credit: Resonant Energy)

Clean energy belongs to us all.

We’re talking about the wind and the sun, sources of power that have graced us since the dawn of time.

We’re talking about power that cleans our air, improves our health, builds our local economy and makes our world safer.