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Monthly Archives: August 2010

Welcome Home Veterans Posted on Aug 24

Welcome Home Veterans

Carter Wall Executive Director, Renewable Energy Division, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Carter's Complete Bio  The Sean Brooke House, dedicated earlier this month with the help of a color guard of veterans, is New Bedford's latest victory in the battle against homelessness among veterans of   …Continue Reading Welcome Home Veterans

Stretch Energy Code – coming soon to a town or city near you Posted on Aug 16

Stretch Energy Code – coming soon to a town or city near you

Marc Breslow Director of Transportation and Buildings Policy, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View Marc’s Complete Bio Forty-five Massachusetts cities and towns have already adopted the “stretch code,” which requires higher energy efficiency levels in new construction and additions to residential and commercial   …Continue Reading Stretch Energy Code – coming soon to a town or city near you

America’s Oldest Working Farm Goes “Back to the Future” With 21st Century Clean Energy Technologies! Posted on Aug 6

America’s Oldest Working Farm Goes “Back to the Future” With 21st Century Clean Energy Technologies!

Gerry Palano Energy/Energy Efficiency Coordinator, Department of Agricultural Resources View Gerry’s Complete Bio Agricultural Trivia Question of the Day: What and where is the oldest continuously working farm in America – since the beginning of the Colonial Period? Answer: Appleton Farms in Hamilton/Ipswich – presently   …Continue Reading America’s Oldest Working Farm Goes “Back to the Future” With 21st Century Clean Energy Technologies!

Making State Facilities Energy Smart Posted on Aug 4

Making State Facilities Energy Smart

Frank Gorke Director, Energy Efficiency Division, Department of Energy Resources View Frank's Complete Bio DOER recently kicked off site surveys at 33 state-owned complexes across the Commonwealth. These site surveys are the initial step in one of DOER’s innovative stimulus-funded initiatives- the Enterprise Energy Management   …Continue Reading Making State Facilities Energy Smart

“Project Green” helps Medway High go solar Posted on Aug 2

“Project Green” helps Medway High go solar

Carter Wall Executive Director, Renewable Energy Division, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Carter's Complete Bio They had a great big ribbon-cutting at Medway High School recently, with “Project Green,” the school’s environment club, running the show. Last year, the student who created Project Green, Erin   …Continue Reading “Project Green” helps Medway High go solar