Massive Marketing Sign in Trenton Undergoes $600K LED Transformation for 20% More Efficiency

Massive Marketing Sign in Trenton Undergoes $600K LED Transformation for 20% More Efficiency

It’s not often we hear of marketing programs that benefit financially from smart energy management moves, but an iconic marketing sign on a toll bridge between Trenton, NJ, and Morrisville, PA, is being upgraded to a new color-changing and energy-efficient LED lighting system under a contract approved … Read more…

Duluth Intends to Oust ‘King Coal’

Duluth Intends to Oust ‘King Coal’

Mayor Emily Larson (DFL) and a cluster of Duluth, Minnesota, city officials announced a new $21 million energy initiative – geared to reduce coal consumption by 40 percent – at an April 12 press conference, while standing symbolically in an empty coal bin at the city’s steam plant.

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.

25th US City Commits to 100% Renewables

25th US City Commits to 100% Renewables

Fully 25 U.S. cities now have committed to transition entirely to clean and renewable energy, following city council votes on March 21 establishing 100 percent renewable energy goals in Madison, Wisconsin, and in Abita Springs, Louisiana, the environmental advocacy group Sierra Club reported this week.

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…

Energy Efficiency Projects Approved in New Jersey

Energy Efficiency Projects Approved in New Jersey

Two facilities in Trenton — The Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DE) – are among the buildings that have been approved for retrofit projects, according to New Jersey Spotlight. The two buildings are expected to save $500,000 … Read more…

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