Helping Melrose and its citizens save energy
Created in 2005, the Melrose Energy Commission is a group of Melrose citizens who are
volunteering their time to help the city and its residents save energy. By reducing energy
consumption, the MEC is contributing tangible and positive steps toward lessening the harmful
effects of global warming and climate change.
Support the MEC by buying
efficient products
Info about heating and hot water rebates
When you order energy-efficiency products from Energy
Federation, Inc., through the MEC Web site, the Melrose
Energy Commission receives a portion of the proceeds.
So you can make your home more efficient and support
MEC at  the same time.   
This document outlines rebates that are
available for the installation of new heating and
hot water systems.    

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Take the
To sign up for a home energy assessment, call
866-867-8729 or click
The MEC is partnering with Next Step Living, a Mass
Save Participating Home Performance Contractor, to
provide eligible Melrose residents with no-cost home
energy assessments and access to available Mass
Save rebates.*
Click here for additional information.
*You can also participate in the Mass Save Home Energy Assessment
Program by contacting Mass Save directly at 866-527-7283, or by visiting
Interested in an easier way to go solar? If so, the Energy
Commission and EnergySage have developed an exciting
opportunity that allows pre-screened solar installers to compete for
your business. The program is designed for residents, businesses
and nonprofits to compare quotes apples-to-apples from multiple
solar installers. It also allows potential solar customers to compare
several financing options For more information, click the
energysage icon below.
MELROSE ENERGY COMMISSION                                        781-662-2616
As part of reducing use of our petroleum resources, the
Melrose Energy Commission supports voting YES on referendum
Question 2. This will update the 1982 “Bottle Bill”, to include a five
cent deposits on water bottles, iced tea bottles, and sports drinks.

The updated Bottle Bill will save our cities and towns about  
$6.7 million a year—or an average of $1 per person in our state –
in litter pick-up and trash disposal costs. It also means less waste
going to landfills and incinerators

For more information, click here.
YES on Question 2: expand bottle bill