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Four Municipalities, Two Universities, Two State Agencies & Two Individuals Posted on Nov 15

Four Municipalities, Two Universities, Two State Agencies & Two Individuals

If you want to hear good news about energy in Massachusetts, let me introduce you to two state agencies, two colleges, four municipalities, and two extraordinary individuals. At a late October State House ceremony, the Patrick Administration presented awards to various public entities and individuals   …Continue Reading Four Municipalities, Two Universities, Two State Agencies & Two Individuals

First LEED-Platinum State Building Celebrated Posted on Oct 24

First LEED-Platinum State Building Celebrated

The late September morning was crisp and clear at MassDEP’s Senator William X. Wall Experiment Station (WES) in Lawrence. An electric vehicle recharged at a new charging station in the parking lot, and a collection of state officials, WES employees, and other interested parties stood   …Continue Reading First LEED-Platinum State Building Celebrated

Surprise . . . It’s a Bouncing Baby Energy Bill Posted on Jul 29

Surprise . . . It’s a Bouncing Baby Energy Bill

Do you like surprises? Good? Bad? Indifferent? Chances are your answer to this is, “it depends.” Finding a twenty-dollar bill in your spring jacket pocket? Right on. Discovering $300 in text messaging charges on your family cell phone plan? Not so much. And yet major   …Continue Reading Surprise . . . It’s a Bouncing Baby Energy Bill

Mass. Data Center Tees Up Innovation in Clean Energy, Sets Standard for Energy Efficiency Posted on Mar 11

Mass. Data Center Tees Up Innovation in Clean Energy, Sets Standard for Energy Efficiency

A just-completed high performance computing center in Holyoke will help Massachusetts stay at the forefront of discovery and innovation, and demonstrate clean energy leadership through application of efficient data center design and technology.