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The towns of Buckland, Shelburne, Montague and  Greenfield invite you to join the Franklin Regional Council of Governments Community Energy Strategies “Clean Energy Working Group.” With support from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER), the Clean Energy Working Group will develop a Community Clean Energy Roadmap. This community-driven action plan will identify strategies to support increased energy efficiency, renewable heating and cooling and renewable energy.

The FRCOG Clean Energy Working Group is expected to be a diverse group of residents, business owners, and local community leaders who will guide and support the strategy development process and act as community representatives for the initiative. Working Group members will provide guidance and insights for a team of experts and local and state officials in order to enable the creation of a stakeholder-based community strategy. Additionally, Working Group members will work with the project team in order to engage constituencies and stakeholders throughout Buckland.

Attached is a brief overview of the FRCOG Community Energy Strategies Program as well as a description of the role of the Working Group in this process. The first Working Group meeting is scheduled for:

• Wednesday, August 7, 2013
• 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
• John W. Olver Transit Center, First Floor Meeting Room (12 Olive Street, Greenfield)

Please RSVP as soon as possible to me at the Town Hall if you are interested. Additionally, if you have any questions regarding this project, please do not hesitate to contact me.

We hope you will join us to help shape and develop a cleaner and more efficient energy future in Buckland.

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