Stephanie Mernick Market Development and Support Division Co-op at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center View Stephanie’s Bio
Patrick Cloney Chief Executive Officer, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) View Patrick's Complete Bio Right here in Massachusetts we have thousands of examples of individuals and organizations that have made energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements to benefit our environment and society for generations to …Continue Reading Mass. Military Reservation stockpiles renewables, saves $2 million annually
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
Rachel Offerdahl Multimedia intern, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) View Rachel's Bio Here's the second installment in a series of tips for living “greener.” (Scroll down for Part 1!) This time, we take a greener look at food. 8. Compost your food …Continue Reading 96 Ways to Go Green! (Part 2)
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!
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