ADVISORY for Wednesday, July 25, 2:00 PM
Contact: Ariel Moyal, 510.333.1781, firstname.lastname@example.org
As election season heats up, Environment Massachusetts and local leaders will release a
set of policy recommendations for the winner of this fall’s gubernatorial race to
accelerate Massachusetts’ transition to 100 percent renewable energy.
We can envision a future where our electric grid, our homes and businesses, and our
transportation system are powered by 100 percent renewable energy like solar and
wind. Individuals, institutions, and communities around Barnstable are helping to make
100 percent renewable energy a reality, through projects like Vineyard Power’s
Resiliency and Affordability Fund making renewable energy benefits accessible, or the
100% renewable aggregated power provided by the Cape Light Compact.
WHAT: Environment Massachusetts will share the 100% Renewable Energy Agenda
with recommendations for state leaders to accelerate our transition from fossil fuels to
renewable energy. Local leaders will discuss innovative clean energy projects along the
Cape, such as the Unitarian Church’s rooftop solar project in the largest historic district
in the nation.
Ben Hellerstein, State Director Environment Massachusetts
Ariel Moyal, Environment Massachusetts
Richard Andre, President of Vineyard Power
Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact
Sheila Place, Chair of Green Sanctuary Committee at Unitarian Church of
WHEN: Wednesday, July 25, 2:00 PM
WHERE: United Unitarian Church of Barnstable. 3330 Main St, Barnstable, MA