Massachusetts Awards Facilities $4 Million in Energy Grants

Massachusetts Awards Facilities $4 Million in Energy Grants

Massachusetts drinking water and wastewater facilities received a total of $4 million in grants to reduce energy use, increase energy efficiency, and generate renewable energy.

Northeast Automatic Sprinkler Co. Installs Rooftop Solar To Power Massachusetts Facilities

Northeast Automatic Sprinkler Co. Installs Rooftop Solar To Power Massachusetts Facilities

Northeast Automatic Sprinkler, a fire suppression systems company serving Boston and the eastern part of the state, now has a 65-kW rooftop solar array at its headquarters in Kingston, Massachusetts. The project was completed with the commercial-scale solar systems installer Solect Energy. The partners say … Read more…

Harvard University Sets Course To Be Fossil-Fuel-Free by 2050

Harvard University Sets Course To Be Fossil-Fuel-Free by 2050

Harvard University seeks to be fossil-fuel-free by 2050, according to a new plan based on recommendations from a task force made up of students, faculty members, and senior administrators. “An analysis done by the task force found that the full scope of damages associated with … Read more…

Massachusetts Awards $20M Grants for Energy Storage

Massachusetts Awards $20M Grants for Energy Storage

Massachusetts awarded $20 million in grants for energy storage projects in the state this week, doubling the initial amount planned, MassLive reported. The funding is going toward 26 projects involving different business models in an effort to accelerate the development of energy storage technologies. The … Read more…

Largest Utility-Scale Energy Storage Installation for Massachusetts Planned

Largest Utility-Scale Energy Storage Installation for Massachusetts Planned

ENGIE North America and Holyoke Gas & Electric announced plans this week for a 3-megawatt utility-scale energy storage installation in Massachusetts that they say will be the largest in the state once completed. The new installation project calls for a series of batteries at the … Read more…

Massachusetts City Set To Save $100 Million Through Energy Improvements

Massachusetts City Set To Save $100 Million Through Energy Improvements

The Massachusetts city Worcester, located about 50 miles west of Boston, signed a $26.6 million energy savings performance contract with Honeywell International in 2011 for extensive energy conservation and renewable energy measures across 92 city-owned buildings. Now those measures are on track to be completed, … Read more…

Massachusetts Towns and Nonprofits Snag Perks of Two Solar Programs

Massachusetts Towns and Nonprofits Snag Perks of Two Solar Programs

On April 19, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) – a publicly-funded agency dedicated to accelerating the success of clean energy technologies, companies, and projects in the Bay State – and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) announced the selection of five communities and three nonprofit organizations to participate in a pair of solar energy programs developed and managed by the Baker-Polito Administration.

Solar Facility to Save Massachusetts City $2.6M Over 20 Years

Solar Facility to Save Massachusetts City $2.6M Over 20 Years

Pittsfield, Massachusetts – the largest city and county seat of Berkshire County – flipped the switch on March 24 on a municipal solar power generation facility, a 2.91-MW ground-mounted array installed at a former landfill site.

North Andover, MA, Designated Green Community

North Andover, MA, Designated Green Community

North Andover has been designated as a Green Community by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. The town received almost $169,390. Officials said the ceremony that it will use the money to retrofit LED street lights and may purchase an electric car, according to The … Read more…

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