May 19, 2020

Three Zoom Events Tonight, Back to Back
Sign Up, Sit Back and get a Bellyful of Actions You Can Take!

(Sign up for each early to get your log-in info)
TUESDAY — MAY 19, 2020 —  5:00 - 6:15 PM
Join TAKE ACTION on the Weymouth Compressor Webinar
Our public utilities are broken- and gas companies like National Grid keep expanding. We need 100% renewable energy and environmental justice. Which is why we are so excited to do actions to lift up our Attorney General Maura Healey this week. AG Healey's office is calling on the Baker Administration's Dept of Public Utilities to deny National Grid- and this time it involves preventing the DPU from allowing Enbridge and National Grid to make local ratepayers PAY FOR the Weymouth compressor station - fossil fuel infrastructure will be destroying the health and threatening the lives of local residents. Join this webinar to get the full download and take action together.

We will be using twitter, so please make an account if you don't have one already.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
TUESDAY — MAY 19, 2020 — 6:00 - 7:00 PM
Energy Efficiency During COVID-19: Green Drinks

YES! You can make your home or business more energy efficient, even during this emergency

During a time when Mass Save contractors cannot enter your homes, Mass Save sponsors are offering two new no-cost / no-home-visit home energy assessments you can undertake online. Right now, for any qualifying customer who schedules a Virtual Home Energy Assessment by May 31 Mass Save will cover 100% of your insulation upgrade costs! Mass Save has implemented this method for its small business program as well, with multiple incentives available at no cost for qualifying Small Business customers who schedule a Virtual Energy Assessment by August 31. Please join us to find out how your business can sign up to save money by saving energy.

Get the details on how Mass Save is engaging during the COVID-19 emergency from Rose Wessel, director of BEAT’s No Fracked Gas in Mass program and EE-Pittsfield initiative. EE-Pittsfield is assisting the City of Pittsfield in meeting the goals of Mass Save’s Municipal Partnership program, boosting participation in Mass Save programs for homeowners, renters, landlords and small businesses in the city of Pittsfield and beyond.

Stop by for links to these great programs, and definitely come to Green Drinks via Zoom.  Follow us on Twitter - @EePittsfield

» Please register here
TUESDAY — MAY 19, 2020 — 7:00 PM
THURSDAY — MAY 21, 2020 — NOON
(On Facebook, YouTube or

The lion’s share of gas used in New England comes from the Marcellus Shale in Penn-sylvania. Understanding the impact of gas extraction on the region should be required watching for anyone who lets gas into their home. Our actions here in NewEngland affect them there. Hear directly from those living and working in the extraction zone.

» Watch live on Facebook
» Watch live on YouTube

Would you like to engage your community group, neighborhood association or employees in participating in the MassSave program? Talk to us! We’re happy to help get your group stared. Let us know what group communication method works best for you during this time of social isolation: info for your regular organization newsletters, conference call, Zoom meeting or presentation.

Even if people aren't gathering, events are still happening!
Check out the No Fracked Gas in Mass Event Page regularly to see what's up.

For news on various pipelines, FERC and the industry, climate and more, check out the Latest News Tab on our site.
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Standing up to fossil fuel projects, chiming in on regulatory issues and promoting energy efficiency.

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