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Monthly Archives: January 2011

96 Ways to Go Green! (Part 10) Posted on Jan 13

96 Ways to Go Green! (Part 10)

Rachel Offerdahl Multimedia intern, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) View Rachel's Bio Today, we wrap up this series on 96 Ways to Go Green with a final post on green transportation tips. For the rest of the series, scroll down, And congratulations   …Continue Reading 96 Ways to Go Green! (Part 10)

Cow Power Comes to the Commonwealth Posted on Jan 11

Cow Power Comes to the Commonwealth

Carter Wall Executive Director, Renewable Energy Division, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Carter’s Complete Bio Two exciting renewable energy projects are currently under construction at dairy farms in Massachusetts. When completed this spring, they will be the first ever in the state to produce electricity   …Continue Reading Cow Power Comes to the Commonwealth

96 Ways to Go Green! (Part 9) Posted on Jan 5

96 Ways to Go Green! (Part 9)

Rachel Offerdahl Multimedia intern, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) View Rachel's Bio Here's the ninth post in our series on going green. Tips # 81 through 88 focus on how to be environmentally friendly at work. For previous 96 Ways to Go   …Continue Reading 96 Ways to Go Green! (Part 9)

Greetings from the new Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Posted on Jan 4

Greetings from the new Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary

Secretary Richard K. Sullivan Jr. Secretary, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View Secretary Sullivan's Bio As I take the helm at the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, I can’t help but be impressed with   …Continue Reading Greetings from the new Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary

“MPG” Ratings for Buildings Posted on Jan 3

“MPG” Ratings for Buildings

Frank Gorke Director, Energy Efficiency Division, Department of Energy Resources View Frank's Complete Bio We all know the fuel efficiency, or miles per gallon, of the cars we drive, yet most of us have no idea how well our homes, offices, schools, hospitals and other   …Continue Reading “MPG” Ratings for Buildings