The Energy Consumers Alliance of New England (ECANE), known as Mass Energy in MA and People's Power & Light in RI, works toward a more affordable and sustainable energy future.
What we do wouldn’t be possible without all of the wonderful organizations that support us. They endorse our programs and help us spread the word about what we do. And, more importantly, each one does its own inspiring and impactful work towards climate change mitigation. Check them out and get involved!
"We work to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife. Together with more than 100,000 members, we care for 35,000 acres of conservation land, provide school, camp, and other educational programs for 225,000 children and adults annually, and advocate for sound environmental policies at local, state, and federal levels."
Learn more: www.MassAudubon.org
Mass Audubon has referred 1,230 Mass Energy members!
Save The Bay
“Our mission is to protect and improve Narragansett Bay (RI). Our vision is a fully swimmable, fishable, healthy Narragansett Bay, accessible to all and globally recognized as the natural treasure it is.”
Learn more: www.SaveBay.org
Save The Bay has referred 236 People's Power & Light members!
Mothers Out Front
“We are building a movement of mothers, grandmothers and caregivers who use their collective energy and voice to convince elected officials and business leaders to push for a swift and complete transition away from fossil fuels, to clean energy. We reach mothers through house parties held in living rooms, church basements and community centers where we share our personal stories, learn about the science and urgency of climate change, and build relationships with one another.”
Learn more: www.MothersOutFront.org
Mothers Out Front has referred 891 Mass Energy members!
Audubon Society of RI
“We are dedicated to protecting birds, wildlife, and their habitats through environmental education, advocacy, and conservation. Working with our 17,000 members, supporters and partners, the Society protects nearly 10,000 acres in a network of wildlife refuges and conservation properties and is one of the largest private environmental educators in the state. We believe that promoting clean energy is key to a sustainable future for people and all living things.“
Learn more: www.asri.org
Audubon Society of RI has referred 688 People's Power & Light members!
Climate Action Brookline
“We educate residents and businesses (in Brookline, MA) on ways to make sound choices surrounding energy efficiency, food, and transportation that will lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. In the past few years, we have held over 60 events and canvassed almost 6,000 homes to inform residents of ways they could reduce their carbon footprint.”
Learn more: www.ClimateActionBrookline.org
Climate Action Brookline has referred 110 Mass Energy members!
Center for EcoTechnology (CET)
“We help people and businesses in Massachusetts save energy and reduce waste. We make green make sense. For more than 35 years, we’ve offered proven advice and resources to save you money, make you more comfortable at home, and help your business perform better.”
Learn more: www.CETonline.org
CET has referred 187 Mass Energy members!
Urban Green Food Co-op
“We are a member owned, member controlled business that operates for the mutual benefit of all members and according to common principles established for cooperatives. Our vision is to open a cooperatively owned grocery store on the West Side of Providence (RI).”
Learn more: www.UrbanGreens.com
Urban Green Food Co-op has referred 23 People's Power & Light members!
First Parish In Needham
"We are a liberal religious community that is open to all. As Unitarian Universalists, we recognize and celebrate that different beliefs and religious traditions are inspired by common hopes, share many common values and goals, and can, separately and together, guide our way to the common good."
Learn more: www.uuneedham.org
First Parish In Needham has referred 19 Mass Energy members!
Climate Action Business Associaton (CABA)
“We help solve the climate crisis by organizing local small business leaders to be more effective advocates for climate change mitigation and adaptation within our communities, at the business, local, state, regional, national and international levels.”
Learn more: www.cabaus.org