Tag: energy

Sherman Joins Stantec

Sherman Joins Stantec

| December 6, 2018

New York – Brett Sherman has joined Stantec as a principal based in its New York City office. In this role, he will focus on expanding the group’s footprint in existing markets — splitting his time between New York and Boston — and developing into new geographies and market sectors.  Sherman joins Stantec with more […]

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Eversource Shines Light on Nonprofit

Eversource Shines Light on Nonprofit

| October 9, 2018

 Newton, MA – When The Second Step began focusing on lighting challenges at its two locations in Newton, they partnered with Eversource to make energy-efficiency improvements, saving an estimated $12,000 in annual energy costs.  The Second Step, founded in 1992, is a nonprofit that has helped thousands of domestic violence survivors build brighter futures for […]

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NECA Boston Student Chapter Enters Green Energy Challenge

NECA Boston Student Chapter Enters Green Energy Challenge

| May 25, 2018

Boston, MA – The NECA Boston/ Wentworth Institute of Techology Student Chapter has submitted its entry into the 2018 Electri-International/NECA Green Energy Challenge. Its proposal is to provide energy-efficiency upgrades to the 112 Southampton Street Shelter in Boston. The project scope detailed in the proposal includes a comprehensive lighting retrofit to LED and daylight sensing control […]

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Froling Energy Holds Biomass Technology Conference

Froling Energy Holds Biomass Technology Conference

| May 11, 2018

Keene, NH – Froling Energy, a New Hampshire based mechanical contractor focused on biomass boiler systems, welcomed dozens of mechanical engineers from all over the Northeast to participate in a conference focused on state-of-the-art biomass boiler system technology. Participants and presenters came from as far away as Scotland and Switzerland to connect with colleagues and hear […]

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Smart Energy Dashboard Debuts

Smart Energy Dashboard Debuts

| May 4, 2018

Barre, VT – Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC), in partnership with Efficiency Vermont, Liebert Engineering, Inc., and Control Technologies, Inc. (CTI), recently unveiled an interactive 49-inch LED touchscreen energy kiosk that graphically displays CVMC’s energy usage and costs in a real-time dashboard. As master system integrators, CTI seamlessly integrated CVMC’s several different manufacturer controls, its Building Automation System (BAS), using […]

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Solect Energy Expands Into Illinois

Solect Energy Expands Into Illinois

| April 27, 2018

Hopkinton, MA – Solect Energy recently announced that it has expanded operations into Illinois. Solect’s Illinois operations will be based in Aurora, be led by General Manager Steve Gregory and backed by an experienced team of business development executives. The primary focus of Solect’s Illinois operations will be on delivering rooftop solar solutions to the commercial […]

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SLAM Renovates Vistra HQ

SLAM Renovates Vistra HQ

| April 11, 2018

Dallas – The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) completed a six-month renovation of the 220,000sf headquarters of Vistra, a Texas-based energy company consisting primarily of its retail electricity provider, TXU Energy, and its power generator, Luminant. SLAM provided architecture, planning/programming, interior design, structural engineering, and branding/graphic design services. Working with company leadership to merge three distinct cultures […]

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Sustainable Energy Facility Underway at Harvard

Sustainable Energy Facility Underway at Harvard

| March 7, 2018

Boston – Leers Weinzapfel Associates’ 58,000sf Harvard University Allston Campus District Energy Facility (DEF) is now under construction. The project represents a new, highly efficient infrastructure typology — the cogeneration plant — that will provide electricity and hot water as well as chilled water to the campus. It is scheduled for completion in 2019. The DEF sets the […]

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Startup Energy Companies To Receive State Support

Startup Energy Companies To Receive State Support

| March 6, 2018

Boston – The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) announced $200,000 in investments for four early-stage clean energy companies in Cambridge and Somerville as part of AccelerateMass, a program designed to provide funding to Massachusetts-based startup companies that recently graduated from business accelerator programs. “Massachusetts is home to a thriving innovation sector and we are proud to […]

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Sustainable Design Panel Shares Insights on Dual Benefits of Going Green

| February 6, 2018

Wallingford, CT – What does green mean to you—trees, money, Kermit the Frog? While Kermit’s signature song, “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” may conjure images of the ordinary, green design does anything but! In fact, going green can be good for business. SMPS CT is hosting a panel on February 14, 2018, from 11:30 am until 2:00 pm at […]

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