We have working relationships with the following organization. If your organization aligns with our mission and you want to explore if we can work together, email us.

MassEnergize supports the HeatSmart Alliance, a regional group promoting residential and building heating/cooling electrification with heat pumps. The Alliance currently includes members from 16 communities, many of which participated in the MassCEC HeatSmart program, with a growing expertise in heat pumps, weatherization and related technologies.

MassEnergize is collaborating with ener-G-save, a non-profit working with communities in central and western Mass promoting sustainability and energy efficiency through Cooler Communities fairs and educational programs. A Cooler Community Fair is a fun event that attracts a broad audience to reduce carbon pollution The town and schools collaborate to engage kids and adults Compelling exhibits inspire residents to choose energy-saving actions Actions and their impact on CO2 are tallied in a calculator Students solve climate-related problems, create exhibits and lead. Read more.

MassEnergize partners with All-In Energy, a MA-based nonprofit with a mission to accelerate an inclusive clean energy economy. The organization runs bilingual community outreach campaigns to bring energy efficiency and affordable renewable energy to underserved communities, with a focus on communities with high percentages of renters, Spanish-speakers, and people of color. These campaigns help families save energy and money and make their homes healthier and more comfortable. Additionally, the organization focuses on increasing job opportunities within the clean energy industry for diverse talent, especially women, people of color and Spanish-speakers, through its paid internship program and job-to-career pathways for staff.


MassEnergize creates Partnership Agreements with vendors, installers and service providers. Our Communities can then choose to work with these providers under that Agreement and promote them in their localities. If you are an interested installer or a service provider, email us.

At present we have Partnership Agreements with

Black Earth Compost

New England Solar Hot Water

Green Energy Consumers Alliance


Our communities also opt to work with numerous installers and service providers without a Partnership Agreement. You can find their preferred vendors on their platforms. Our Community of Practice shares experiences and advice.