On Thursday, May 4, join the 350MA Metrowest Node for a presentation on “Solar Power– Short Circuited or Wired In?” Why is Eversource is looking to short-circuit solar power? What legislation is proposed to expand solar, stop spending ratepayer money on unneeded fossil fuel infrastructure, and allow the Public Utilities Commission to consider projects that would enhance a sustainable and just energy future?
The Nodes invites all to attend to learn and to share ideas about advocacy and local actions at this public event.
Thursday, May 4th, 7 – 9:30 PM.
Peace Lutheran Church, 107 Concord Rd., Wayland.
Light refreshments available.
On Tuesday, 5/2, at 7:30 PM, the Energize Messaging Sub Group will meet to discuss innovative ways to message our many Energize initiatives. How about the following tangle? Why, if people indicate that they are concerned and even that they … read more
If you live or work in Wayland, we invite you to complete this super short survey, even if you already have solar PV, even if you don’t think solar PV or Solar Hot Water is for you, because we’d like … read more
MassCEC 4/19/2017 PRESS RELEASE Baker-Polito Administration Announces Communities, Nonprofits to Participate in State Solar Programs NEWBURYPORT – April 19, 2017– Today, as part of the Commonwealth’s Earth Week celebrations, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and the Department of Energy … read more
On Saturday April 22, 2017, from 12:00-4:00, celebrate Earth Day with a potluck lunch and a tour of the first Passive House in Wayland at Frank Briber and Fran Pollitt’s home (113 Concord Rd., Wayland, MA). Meet the artist Heather … read more
On Friday, 4/7, at noon, Auburndale Builders invites you to a deconstruction tour which will demonstrate how they recycle… a house. Yes, a whole house! This house will then be donated to Habitat for Humanity. location: 115 Concord Road in … read more
On Tuesday, 3/28 at 7:30 PM, the Energizers will hold their fourth meeting. Proposed AGENDA: presentation by SENSE, presenting their device. Richard and Anne present to us the results of their Energy Audit research. Decide on whether we want to … read more
The Energize team, consisting of residents from Wayland, Lincoln, Sudbury and Natick, are putting together a broad menu of climate and energy resiliency actions. Everyone can do something to reduce their carbon footprint! Subgroups are working on the elements on … read more