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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Exporting Clean Technology from Boston’s Innovation District Posted on Mar 28

Exporting Clean Technology from Boston’s Innovation District

Carter Wall Executive Director, Renewable Energy Division, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Carter’s Complete Bio Down at the Drydock, in Boston’s booming Innovation District, there’s more than just hip night spots – there are a lot of cutting-edge clean tech businesses moving in. One of   …Continue Reading Exporting Clean Technology from Boston’s Innovation District

MIT’s 6th Annual Energy Conference Posted on Mar 25

MIT’s 6th Annual Energy Conference

Gerry Palano Renewable Energy/Energy Efficiency Coordinator, Department of Agricultural Resources View Gerry’s Complete Bio From helium tethered wind turbines to a fold up, battery-driven electric “City Car” that has individual motors for each wheel, to new advanced capacitor storage, to underwater ocean water storage for   …Continue Reading MIT’s 6th Annual Energy Conference

March 28 is the deadline for 2011 Energy and Environmental Education Awards Posted on Mar 24

March 28 is the deadline for 2011 Energy and Environmental Education Awards

Kate Samp Multimedia intern, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) View Kate's Bio Do you know someone who has demonstrated excellent commitment to teaching how to be a smarter energy consumer or how solar or wind energy generation work? Maybe your friend is   …Continue Reading March 28 is the deadline for 2011 Energy and Environmental Education Awards

Using less gas – what you can do and what the state plans to do Posted on Mar 11

Using less gas – what you can do and what the state plans to do

Marc Breslow Director of Transportation and Buildings Policy, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View Marc's Complete Bio With gas prices rising toward $4, it’s time to think again about how to reduce our addiction. We have short memories – it’s less than three   …Continue Reading Using less gas – what you can do and what the state plans to do

Berkshire East – a ski resort fueled by wind Posted on Mar 7

Berkshire East – a ski resort fueled by wind

Steven Clarke EEA Assistant Secretary for Renewable Energy Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View Steven Clarke's Bio It's been much snowier this year than last with total accumulations reaching well over 70 inches in parts of the state (much more than last year's   …Continue Reading Berkshire East – a ski resort fueled by wind

Clean Energy Training at Your Fingertips – Part 3 Posted on Mar 2

Clean Energy Training at Your Fingertips – Part 3

Arthur Natella Project Associate , Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Arthur's Complete Bio In this final post of our three part series, we are highlighting the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and Commonwealth Corporations’ new Clean Energy Workforce Training Capacity Building Curricula Library. In 2009, the   …Continue Reading Clean Energy Training at Your Fingertips – Part 3