TOWN OF NANTUCKET
Promoting a sound energy future on Nantucket
The Nantucket Energy Office was established in July 2011 to provide the Town with guidance and assistance for island-wide energy projects and initiatives, as approved by the Board of Selectmen.
Reducing Municipal Facility Energy Consumption
- Memo to Town Administration outlining Energy Office Accomplishments in FY2013, with estimates of the value to the Town.
- Energy Office Framework: Evaluation of Energy Management Strategies
Public Information & Memorandum produced by the Energy Office
Town of Nantucket Energy Office
Meetings by Appointment M-F
Other Projects: Including the WPI Project Center, Green Communities: Mass Energy Insight, Net Metering, Electricity Suppliers, Nantucket Energy Plan & Nantucket High School Wind Turbine
CLICK to sign-up for a no-cost home energy assessment:
May 13-17, 2013
During the week of March 11, 2013, 104 Nantucket homes received a free Home Energy Assessment, as part of National Grid’s Mass Save® Program. In total, 2223 energy efficient bulbs were installed (including LEDs), as were 118 programmable thermostats and 68 low-flow showerheads. In addition, 85 “Smart” Power Strips were distributed and 28 contracts for free air-sealing work were issued.
Mass Save® Energy Specialists will be returning again to Nantucket during the week of May 13th 2013 to perform free Home Energy Assessments for any interested National Grid customers. To request an appointment, click here to fill out an online submission form or call Mass Save at 866-527-SAVE.
Public Electric Vehicle
- WPI Student Research Team completes final report "Evaluation of the Awareness & Effectiveness of the Mass Save program on Nantucket!" CLICK HERE to read about their interesting findings.
- Nov-15th: Planning Dept hosted the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) for an info session on offshore wind power. Learn more at www.BOEM.gov.
MASS SAVE: Home Energy Assessments
MASS SAVE PROGRAM NOW HIRING LOCAL NANTUCKET ENERGY SPECIALISTS!
1/28/13 ENERGY FORUM
Presented by the Civic League
Presentations now available!
Part-time Energy Specialists to work on Nantucket Island. This position will have flexible hours and work days.
(March 26, 2013) The Energy Office secured nearly 650 free LED lamps to replace less efficient light bulbs in our Town buildings through the DOER's Leading By Example program. The LEDs are valued at nearly $18,000 and are conservatively estimated to save Town Departments over $18,000/year in energy costs. Installation has begun this week at over a dozen Town facilities including: PLUS, Nantucket Memorial Airport, Land Bank, Town Hall , Visitor Services, Finance Dept, Nantucket High School, Public Safety Facility & the DPW Office. Learn more.
ACK Airport wins bid to become first Carbon-Neutral airport in the
Nantucket Energy Office secures over $18,000 of Free LEDs for Town facilities
Energy Policy Recpmmendations for the Town of Nantucket