The Clean Energy Roadmap outlines a set of detailed, actionable steps to implementing a project, program or policy that will increase the use of renewable energy generation, renewable heating and cooling, building energy efficiency, and sustainable transportation.
In 2004, the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission initiated a campaign to advocate for sustainable, renewable energy production in Hampshire and Hamden Counties.
Home MPG (miles per gallon) was a community-based energy saving initiative within the Mass Save® home energy services program.
Since 2011, PVPC has participated in four rounds of technical assistance from the MA DOER to assist member municipalities to achieve Green Community certification.
Funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development's National Disaster Resilience Competition, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission is partnering with the City of Springfield, the Springfield Climate Justice Coalition, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and Partners for a Healthier C
The 2018 to 2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TIP is a five-year fiscally constrained schedule of priority highway, bridge, transit,
PVPC worked with the Town of Williamsburg to resolve key questions related to municipality facilities master planning. This project advances one of Williamsburg's Community Compact best practices and was funded by District Local Technical Assistance.