Hospital executives across the Commonwealth are increasingly looking at sustainable and resilient energy solutions, such as combined heat and power (CHP) – also called cogeneration systems – to ensure that their facilities remain operating during power outages.
Imagine paying more than $2.5 million for energy and seeing steam leaking from underground and having to wait two days to control your bedroom temperatures even as the outdoor temperatures run hot and cold. That’s what the Hogan Regional Center, a residential facility for developmentally …Continue Reading No More Leaking Steam or Millions in Energy Costs
Since 2008, Massachusetts has made enormous strides in the field of renewable energy. While you are probably familiar with solar panels and wind turbines, there are many more options that are friendlier to the environment than fossil fuels. With the ability to turn organic waste …Continue Reading Anaerobic Digestion: Turning Waste into Renewable Energy
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