Hot, Cool, Clean
Clean Heating and Cooling Opportunities for Massachusetts Municipalities
Across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, municipalities are starting to embrace clean heating and cooling systems as important tools for reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. With recent technological advancements and evolving markets and financing mechanisms, air-source heat pumps, ground-source/geothermal heat pumps, and solar thermal have emerged as viable alternatives to fossil-fuel heating systems and can often provide cooling as well.
MAPC's new white paper and webinar, "Hot, Cool, Clean: Clean Heating and Cooling Opportunities for Massachusetts Municipalities" highlights the technologies and incentives that can provide municipalities with cost-effective, low-carbon solutions to heat and cool their public buildings.