The Belmont Energy Committee (the EC) is a standing committee of the Town of Belmont, comprised of eleven members who are all residents of the Town, and whose appointments have been confirmed by a vote of either the Belmont Select Board or School Committee. The EC meets monthly to continue the work of the Town of advancing its climate facing agenda as adopted in the Town's Climate Action Plan (linked below).
The Energy Committee was established by the Belmont Board of Selectmen to facilitate, enable, and help the Town of Belmont and its residents, businesses, and institutions to work toward achievement of the Climate Action Plan Resolution (Article 6) adopted by Town Meeting on November 16, 2009.
It is a permanent committee that will meet until the goal of reducing the Belmont community’s carbon emissions eighty percent (80%) based on the community’s 2007 emissions, has been met and maintained.
Prepared by Sustainable Belmont, the key objectives of the Climate Action Plan are to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions in Belmont.
Glenn R. Clancy, P.E,
Director of Community Development
Marty Bitner, co-chair
James Booth, co-chair
The Belmont Energy Committee and Belmont Light will be hosting a remote event this Wednesday, June 22nd, at 7:00. Belmont residents will share information about new, affordable technologies to move your home off of fossil fuels and onto clean, efficient electricity. Come hear about home electrification in Belmont and see live demonstrations from inside Belmont homes. Have your questions answered by real home owners! Please register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAudOypqjwrHNDkl2G9HF_ULaF0CreSEpki