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.
Did you know that Melrose residents can get their electricity from renewable energy at a great price?
Thanks to the Melrose Community Energy Aggregation program, all you need is your National Grid account number and a telephone to call to enroll in this program.
How can you consume less energy?
The City of Melrose and MEC have many initiatives to reduce their carbon footprint.
- Get your electricity from local, renewable sources at a great price with Melrose Premium Local Green.
- Schedule an online home energy assessment.
- Use your bike, walk or use public transit.
- Consider switching your home's heating and cooling to air source heat pumps, geothermal pumps with the HeatSmart program.
MEC's Collaborating Energy Experts & Resources
When does MEC meet next?
July 23, 2020 at 7:15 pm
This meeting will take place on the City's Webex. Details to come!
Climate Action Planning
Thanks to grants from MAPC, Melrose, Natick and Arlington will each have their own greenhouse gas inventory, community outreach to support the planning process. Stay tuned for more details!
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, and reduce transportation emissions.
Thanks to a City of Melrose initiative, residents and small businesses in Melrose can choose a 100% local renewable electricity option for a very competitive price. Check out the Melrose Community Aggregation program web site for more details.. Electricity from renewable energy is just one phone call away.
Our goal is net zero!
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.
Buy Energy Star appliances…and wash in cold water
In search of a new car?
Check out the 40+ EV and plug-in hybrids on the market