Tag: energy efficiency

Commercial HVAC Program Honored

Commercial HVAC Program Honored

| April 17, 2018

Waltham, MA – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced that Mass Save® is one of seven organizations being recognized nationally for its leadership in replacing inefficient HVAC equipment known as RTUs (rooftop units) with energy-efficient upgrades. Commercial buildings use RTUs for cooling, heating, or a combination of both. The Better Buildings Alliance’s Advanced Rooftop Unit […]

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Geissler Supermarket Gets Energy Overhaul

Geissler Supermarket Gets Energy Overhaul

| March 29, 2018

East Windsor, CT – Geissler’s Supermarket recently teamed up with Eversource on energy-saving improvements made to its East Windsor location. The upgrades will save the grocery store more than $63,000 in annual energy costs while delivering a more efficient and comfortable environment for staff and shoppers. Geissler’s used the Energize Connecticut Small Business Energy Advantage program, which […]

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Ice River Springs and Eversource Partner for Energy Savings

Ice River Springs and Eversource Partner for Energy Savings

| February 20, 2018

  Pittsfield, MA – For Ice River Springs, sustainability and reducing its carbon footprint are two key elements in the company’s corporate strategy. “We strive every day to reduce our environmental impact,” said Ice River Springs plant manager Mark Gott. “We aim to innovate and are always looking for new ways to recycle, reduce energy […]

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FAA & Team Receives Best Project of the Year Award

| February 12, 2018

Boston, MA – Finegold Alexander Architects, Inc. (FAA) led a large design team that included Fuss & O’Neill, Inc. and Fuss & O’Neill EnviroScience, LLC that was recently awarded the Renovation/Restoration Best Project of the Year award from Engineering News Record (ENR) New England for the Old Chapel at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst campus.  […]

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Eversource Helps Humane Society Save $49K in Energy Costs

| January 11, 2018

Springfield, MA– Springfield’s Dakin Humane Society is starting the new year fresh with its brighter, more cheerful environment for animals looking for a forever home. The local nonprofit worked with Eversource on energy-efficient improvements made to its lighting and heating systems, which will save an estimated $49,000 in annual energy costs. “Any money saved on […]

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National Grid Announces New Program to Benefit AEC Firms

| May 23, 2017

Waltham, MA – National Grid recently announced the launch of a new program that will support building designers, engineers, contractors, trade, and other professionals in achieving their energy-savings goals. The National Grid Professional Network offers energy-efficiency expertise, technical support, and financial incentives for both new construction and retrofit projects. The network will help professionals deliver […]

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Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held for EMD-Millipore Biomass Plant

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held for EMD-Millipore Biomass Plant

| June 22, 2015 |

Jaffrey, NH – June 4 saw the ribbon cutting of the new energy-efficient, 20 MMBtu Biomass Central Heating Plant at EMD-Millipore’s Jaffrey campus, a project that had been in planning since 2007. Designed and managed by RDK Engineers, the $9 million project’s focus on sustainable energy has revolutionized the Jaffrey facility’s cost-effectiveness. As the largest plant of its […]

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Senior Living Facilities Cut Costs with Energy Efficiency

Senior Living Facilities Cut Costs with Energy Efficiency

| March 27, 2015 |

by Roy W. Haller As multiple-unit residential facilities with high operational costs, senior care centers and assisted living facilities have to consistently assess energy usage and system efficiencies to ensure long-term sustainability. These facilities also have the added responsibility to provide a high quality of life for their residents, so becoming more energy efficient is […]

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It’s Worth Our Energy to Help ‘Greenovate’ Boston

It’s Worth Our Energy to Help ‘Greenovate’ Boston

| February 18, 2015 |

by John Cannistraro Jr. Snowstorms aside, there’s no doubt that Boston has been lucky over the past year or two. Our city rebounded from the recession unlike any city in America, and the proof is evident in the dozens of cranes operating from the Innovation District to Kendall Square to Somerville. Construction in Boston is […]

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High-Profile Speaks Sustainable Living with Barry Gaw of Squam River Landing and Sippican Partners, LLC

High-Profile Speaks Sustainable Living with Barry Gaw of Squam River Landing and Sippican Partners, LLC

| November 17, 2014 |

Recently, High-Profile sat down with Barry Gaw of Squam River Landing and Sippican Partners, LLC to discuss sustainability from a personal to a professional standpoint. HP: With a long career in real estate and development throughout New England, what sparked your interest in building a sustainable community in New Hampshire’s Lakes region? BG: Growing up, my family had […]

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