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MA Division of Energy Resources - A Massachusetts state website providing information on various energy programs, a winter heating hotline and more tips on saving energy at your home or business.

Mass. Dept. of Public Utilities - This Massachusetts state website has links to all major departments and contacts in Massachusetts state government.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency- New England - Regional agency of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) where you can access forms, request information under FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) or contact employees in its database.

ENERGY STAR® - This Environmental Protection Agency site enables consumers to gauge the energy efficiency of many of their home appliances and to research EPA-sponsored ENERGY STAR labeled appliances and store locations near you.

Massachusetts Board of Building Regulations and Standards - The Board of Building Regulations and Standards is the body of government in Massachusetts responsible for State Building Code regulations. The BBRS also administers and enforces numerous construction related licensing programs that can be accessed through this site.

The U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) - This website is a comprehensive guide to all forms of energy supply, demand and usage; government links; and it also features many more energy conservation tips.

HomeEnergySaver - DOE website that enables consumers to use a "Do It Yourself Home Energy Audit", calculate energy use, and identify the best ways to save both energy and money. Key in your zip code and receive instant estimates of your energy use or take a quiz that helps customize your home's profile.

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network - DOE's clearinghouse website providing energy consultants, architects & builders, public officials, homeowners, building owners and operators information on programs promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy.