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…

Massachusetts Schools, Town Cut Costs by 20% with Brownfield Solar Project

Massachusetts Schools, Town Cut Costs by 20% with Brownfield Solar Project

In Massachusetts, four schools districts and one town are drawing energy from a 3.68-MW ground-mounted solar project on a brownfield site in Billerica, 20 miles north of Boston that went online on February 23, utility scale developer Soltage has announced.

Massachusetts Aims for Critical Care Resiliency

Massachusetts Aims for Critical Care Resiliency

Massachusetts is offering $14 million in grants for energy resiliency projects aimed at critical care facilities. The grants are part of the $40 million Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative (CCERI). The overall goal of CCERI is to protect participating entities from service interruption due to … Read more…

Massachusetts Solar Installations Ahead of Schedule

Developers in Massachusetts are installing solar technology quicker than expected. That could enable them to fulfill mandates for solar earlier than the 2020 deadline mandated by Massachusetts. The other possibility is that the quick pace of installation could have the unintended effect of slowing progress, according … Read more…

Massachusetts Cities Receive $18.4M for Energy Resiliency Projects

Massachusetts Cities Receive $18.4M for Energy Resiliency Projects

Massachusetts’ Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative announced a second round of grants to municipalities to implement clean energy technologies. The first round of grants totaled $7.4 million. The most recent round totaled $18.4 million. Through the Resiliency Initiative, $40 million in state funding has been … Read more…

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