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Monthly Archives: June 2010

Senior Living Goes Green Posted on Jun 29

Senior Living Goes Green

Carter Wall Executive Director, Renewable Energy Division, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Carter's Complete Bio The new VNA Senior Living Community, built on a former brownfield site in Somerville, provides 99 units of housing for low to moderate income seniors in the community. The project   …Continue Reading Senior Living Goes Green

Another benefit of energy efficiency – Red Sox tickets! Posted on Jun 23

Another benefit of energy efficiency – Red Sox tickets!

Susan S. Kaplan Marketing & Outreach Coordinator, Department of Energy Resources View Susan's Complete Bio If you’re reading this blog, you probably have an interest in energy efficiency for its individual and societal benefits. If you’re a Massachusetts resident, it’s also a fair bet that   …Continue Reading Another benefit of energy efficiency – Red Sox tickets!

Cash Family Energy Efficiency Plan Posted on Jun 18

Cash Family Energy Efficiency Plan

David Cash Assistant Secretary for Policy, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View David’s Complete Bio “Kids!!!! You left the lights on in your rooms!!!!” “OK…Who was the last one to use the computer and left it on all night?!” These were common refrains   …Continue Reading Cash Family Energy Efficiency Plan

Atlantic States Offshore Wind Consortium Posted on Jun 14

Atlantic States Offshore Wind Consortium

Greg Watson Senior Advisor to the Secretary for Clean Energy Technology, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental AffairsView Greg’s Complete Bio Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and the governors of 10 East Coast states recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that formally establishes   …Continue Reading Atlantic States Offshore Wind Consortium

Kick-Off Hearing for Climate and Clean Energy Posted on Jun 2

Kick-Off Hearing for Climate and Clean Energy

David Cash Assistant Secretary for Policy, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View David's Complete Bio Building the clean energy sector means all kinds of new jobs, from R&D scientists, to electricians, to plumbers, to managers, to manufacturing positions.  With over 50 percent of   …Continue Reading Kick-Off Hearing for Climate and Clean Energy

No Water, No Food – Caps Off to Smith College’s Solar Irrigation Solution! Posted on Jun 1

No Water, No Food – Caps Off to Smith College’s Solar Irrigation Solution!

Gerry Palano Energy/Energy Efficiency Coordinator, Department of Agricultural Resources View Gerry's Complete Bio So, I found in my mail a brochure for the 7th annual Design Celebration of Smith College’s Engineering Design Clinic – and what a showcase it advertised to be! Design of a   …Continue Reading No Water, No Food – Caps Off to Smith College’s Solar Irrigation Solution!