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Massachusetts Manufacturing Resources

The Commonwealth provides resources manufacturers need to access financing solutions, save on energy costs, attract qualified workers, and take their businesses to the next level.

Select the type of resource your company needs:

Massachusetts Manufacturing Energy Collaborative (MassMEC)

Contact MassMEC to access energy programs that negotiate volume rates for company groups directly with the power supply companies. Learn more

Mass Save - Efficiency Programs for Businesses

Financial incentives and technical assistance to commercial, industrial, and institutional customers who are building new facilities or undergoing a major renovation; adding capacity; or replacing or upgrading equipment. Learn more

Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance and Technology (OTA) - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Services

Through its on-site assistance program, OTA identifies opportunities and techniques to improve energy efficiency, water conservation and toxics use reduction. Learn more

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) - Heating and Cooling Incentives

Rebates for installation of energy-efficient, clean heating and cooling technologies. Learn more

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) - Solar Incentives

Information about and incentives for adding solar PV and energy storage to your building. Learn more

UMass Amherst Center for Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy - Industrial Assessment Center

The Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst conducts energy and resource assessments for small to mid-sized manufacturing facilities. As one of 24 regional centers supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, our service comes with no cost or obligation. Learn more


Not sure where to start? Contact one of our Massachusetts Manufacturing Navigators directly or fill out the Contact Us form and let us know how we can help!

 

Farhad Vazehgoo

Acting Director, Advanced Manufacturing Programs
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative

 

Meghan Abella-Bowen

Program Manager, Advanced Manufacturing
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative

Kristen Rayne

Outreach Manager — WTFP
Commonwealth Corporation
(Workforce Questions Only)