Gerard Kennedy Director of Agricultural Technical Assistance, Department of Agricultural Resources View Gerard’s Complete Bio Beyond the sandy shoreline of Lucy Vincent Beach on Martha’s Vineyard lies Allen Farm, one of the island’s oldest working farms (1762). Today it is one of a growing number …Continue Reading MET tower rising
Philip Giudice Commissioner, Department of Energy Resources View Philip’s Complete Bio As commissioner of the Department of Energy Resources, I am in the thick of the issues that will be discussed in this space. With Governor Patrick’s ambitious clean energy goals setting a quick pace, …Continue Reading Join our energy conversation….
Secretary Ian A. Bowles Secretary, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental AffairsView the Secretary’s Bio Launching on the 40th anniversary of the first Earth Day, this blog is a forum for exchanging ideas and experiences about renewable power, energy efficiency, and other issues important to …Continue Reading Welcome to Energy Smarts!
Ann Berwick EEA Undersecretary for Energy, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View Ann’s Complete Bio My family has had a small cabin in New Hampshire for about ten years. We set our propane heater at a very low level in the winter when …Continue Reading Building our furnace-less house (in N. H.)
Carter Wall Executive Director, Renewable Energy Division, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Carter’s Complete Bio After less than a month in operation, the Falmouth Wind turbine is cranking out the green kilowatt hours like nobody’s business. See how much it’s producing. This turbine was truly …Continue Reading Falmouth wind turbine
COMMONWEALTH CONVERSATIONS: Energy SmartsBLOG COMMENT TERMS Purpose of this Blog The purpose of this blog is to facilitate an ongoing dialogue between the public, the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA), and other EEA agencies within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We encourage your …Continue Reading Comment Policy
John Goodhue, Guest Blogger Executive Director, Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center John Goodhue is the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC). The MGHPCC is dedicated to supporting the growing scientific computing needs of faculty-driven research at MIT, University of …Continue Reading Meet the Energy Smarts Bloggers