The City of Beverly is committed to reducing our community's carbon pollution and building resilience to the impacts of climate change. We're working toward deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions in our municipal operations, such as through investments in electric vehicles and solar energy generation, as well as in the broader community, through programs to help reduce home heating needs and expenses. 

Check out our sustainability initiatives and coastal resilience projects in the Web Pages section below. 


BSEC-Logo-104-104-300x151FEBRUARY 2023 - Tips & Resources on Home Heating & Energy - Are your utility bills higher than normal this winter? Read our News Flash for steps you can take in light of National Grid’s recent increase in electricity and gas costs and some tips to help you stay warm and save money.

LBEJANUARY 2023 - The City of Beverly accepted a 2022 Leading By Example Award for statewide leadership in promoting initiatives that decarbonize operations and reduce environmental impacts & costs. See the Commonwealth of Massachusetts press release here

BSEC-Logo-104-104-300x151JULY 2022 - Learn about the new Beverly & Salem Energy Challenge here, and read the City's letter about the initiative here

USConferenceofMayorsDECEMBER 2021 - Beverly won the U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Award for Small Cities! Read our Press Release here

JANUARY 2021 - Read Mayor ClimateMayorslogoCahill's "Mayors Moment" newsletter entry describing the City's actions to combat climate change!

Sustainability Web Pages

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