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Wind Turbine
The Gloucester Clean Energy Commission is created to promote clean energy options in Gloucester, including energy efficiency, conservation and the development of clean and renewable energy.  The Commission has 7 members, each serving a 2 year term.  Complete charter

  • 7:30 pm
  • Generally, Fourth Thursday of each month
  • City Hall Annex, 3 Pond Road, Gloucester, MA

The next meeting is Thursday, August 11th at the City Hall Annex, 3 Pond Rd

Agendas are available prior to Clean Energy Commission meetings.
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Meeting results are available, following approval.
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First Name
To Expire

Tom   Kiely
246 Western Avenue

February 14, 2018

52 Bennett Street

February 14, 2018

Candace  Wheeler 8 Rockholm Rd. 978-281-3566
Chair February 14, 2018

 Brayton 527 Washington St.

February 2018

 Moskal 16 Leonard Street

February 2018

Paul  McGeary 31 Eastern Ave. 978-283-8425

February 2018
   Bob Myers  716R Washington St.  978-325-1765    February 2018

Municipal Aggregation

The City Council voted to join the MAPC Aggregation program on April 26, 2016.

The objectives of the aggregation program are to:

• lower the cost of electricity;
• gain longer term price stability; and
• offer more renewable energy options.

An important element of the process is the review of the municipal aggregation documents by its citizens. The municipal aggregation documents will be made available for public review at the Community Development Department at the City Hall Annex at 3 Pond Rd and by clicking the link below.

Comments should be sent in written form to Matt Coogan, Senior Planner at . The two (2) week period to submit written comments will be from Wednesday June 15th to Wednesday June 29th.

In addition, the City Council will hold a public hearing for the plan on July 12, 2016.

Any questions should be directed to Matt Coogan, 978.281.9781.

Link to a summary of the aggregation program

Link to the Draft Aggregation Plan

Wind Assessment Study, Site Assessments and Site Feasibility Studies
In 2005 the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative conducted a Wind Assessment Study in Gloucester to help development information leading to further evaluation, assessment and feasibility studies of potential city wind turbine projects.  Over the last year and a half with the the assistance of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center several sites have been evaluated and appear promising including: a site in the Blackburn Industrial Park, Bond Hill Reservoir site and the Magnolia Woods Recreation Area.  More information on these studies can be found off of the Community Development homepage by following the link to Clean Energy Planning.

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