The Town of Nantucket Energy Office was established in July 2011 to provide guidance and assistance for island-wide energy projects and initiatives, as approved by the Town Manager and Board of Selectmen.
Consider us your island energy resource. Have questions? Contact or visit us today.
Energy Office: 508-325-5379
Mass Save Call Center: 1-844-615-8316
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Town of Nantucket's official webpage: www.nantucket-ma.gov
- On February 4, 2020, the Town of Nantucket was designated as a Massachusetts Green Community! The Green Community Designation and Grant Program provides a road map along with financial and technical support to municipalities that 1) pledge to cut municipal energy use by an ambitious and achievable goal of 20 percent over 5 years and 2) meet four other criteria established in the Green Communities Act. Learn more here...
- Tuesday, February 4, 2020 @ 6:15pm! Anaerobic Digester Feasibility Study - Public Meeting; Click to learn more
- This fall, the Energy Office initiated and managed a municipal solar procurement, which included a prioritized list of municipal sites most feasible for solar development, including the Public Safety Facility, DPW Compound, Schools, Wannacommet Water Co. Milestone Road property, Airport and the Surfside Wastewater Treatment Plant. Learn more here...
- September 1, 2019: Energy Stretch Code Takes Effect! Click for Notice.
- Did you know, the island's peak load demand spiked to an all-time high of 49.3MW on 7/21/2019 at 5:30pm?
Hear Lauren Sinatra and George Aronson of the Town of Nantucket Energy Office discuss local energy challenges in Jason Graziadei's NPR piece "Keeping Nantucket Powered is a Challenge as Electricity Demand Rises"