The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is pleased to announce that the Commonwealth Organics-to-Energy Program is again accepting grant applications for “Implementation” (construction) and “Pilot” projects. The grant maximum has been increased to $500,000 for qualified applicants!
Commonwealth Organics-to-Energy supports the use of anaerobic digestion and other technologies that convert source-separated organic wastes into electricity, thermal energy, compressed natural gas fuel for vehicles or gas for pipeline injection. Both private- and public-sector entities are eligible to apply for Implementation and Pilot project grants.
For more information about this opportunity, please visit:
We also expect to offer grants for feasibility studies and other technical services in the near future – please stay tuned.
For more information about the Commonwealth Organics-to-Energy program, please visit:
Thank you for your interest in clean energy in Massachusetts!
The Commonwealth Organics-to-Energy Team
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
63 Franklin Street 3rd Floor Boston, MA 02110