The Melrose Energy Commission is a group of Melrose citizens who are volunteering their time and expertise to help the city, its residents, businesses and non-profits save energy. By reducing energy consumption, the commission is contributing tangible and positive steps toward lessening the harmful effects of global warming and climate change.
Fellsway Pediatrics Receives first Melrose Green Building Award

Fellsway Pediatrics Receives first Melrose Green Building Award

The Melrose Energy Commission established the Green Building Award to recognize businesses and nonprofits that have made tangible steps to improve their facilities in the areas of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and alternative transportation.

Fellsway Pediatrics installed air-sourced heat pumps to more efficiently and effectively heat and cool the office, an EV charging station for employees to charge their electric vehicles and a solar array to power both the charging station and the office.

On May 29, 2019, Mayor Infurna, State Representative Paul Brodeur, Alderman at Large Manisha Bewtra joined Melrose Energy Commission members and Martha Grover, the Energy Efficiency Manager to celebrate with owners Matthew Brewer and Leslie Nystuen and their staff.
Read the Melrose Free Press coverage.

 

Take Action Melrose

Help make a difference in energy usage. We offer energy-saving programs designed to help residents, businesses and non-profits reduce monthly utility bills, make living and working spaces more comfortable, increase the utilization of clean resources like solar, and reduce transportation emissions. Our goal is net zero!

RESIDENTS

Get a no-cost energy assessment to reduce bills, increase comfort and check the safety of your home.
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BUSINESSES

Join Melrose Bank in going solar and  gain a visible commitment to your sustainability.
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NON-PROFITS

Energy efficiency and renewables can help stabilize your energy bills.
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Ways to Save

The typical American household spends nearly $2,500 annually on energy for the home. Most of us in New England pay even more because of our long winters and relatively high energy prices. Learn a variety of ways to change your carbon footprint though installing solar, implementing energy-saving measures, and altering transportation choices.

washing machine

Buy Energy Star appliances…and wash in cold water

thermostat

Install a
WiFi Thermostat

EV

In search of a new car?
Check out the 40+ EV and plug-in hybrids on the market