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NH Hospital Advancing Energy Efficiency

| June 20, 2019

Manchester, NH – Southern New Hampshire Health (SNHH) is partnering with Eversource to modernize its acute care campus and off-site facilities with energy efficiency upgrades that will help reduce the hospital’s energy and maintenance costs, in addition to reducing carbon emissions and enhancing the comfort of its patients. This comprehensive, three-year plan supports SNHH’s commitment to […]

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ACEEE Gives Award for Energy Efficiency

| January 17, 2019

Waltham, MA – The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) announced that Mass Save® has received an Exemplary Energy Efficiency Program award for its Commercial and Industrial Water Heater Initiative in Massachusetts. The Commercial and Industrial Water Heater Initiative was recognized for its effectiveness in expanding the market acceptance of high efficiency natural gas equipment. Distributors are able […]

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Passive House Design Standards and Community Carbon Neutrality

Passive House Design Standards and Community Carbon Neutrality

| November 12, 2018

by Jim Newman A passive house (PH) is a building that tactfully uses building orientation, thermal massing, passive heating/cooling, and daylighting to greatly reduce its energy needs. Though the name suggests that most certified passive house projects are residential, a passive house does not necessarily mean the building must be a “house” per se. Passive […]

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Sustainability: The Challenge Confronting Us

Sustainability: The Challenge Confronting Us

| October 30, 2018

by Mike DeLacey The world’s population will reach 9.7 billion by 2050, a massive increase from 7.3 billion in 2015. As a result of this growth, 66.6% of the population will live in urban environments and the number of buildings in the world will double. This rise in population, accommodated by a surge in construction, […]

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Ribbon Cutting for Energy-Efficient School

Ribbon Cutting for Energy-Efficient School

| October 18, 2018

Brookline, MA – The town of Brookline hosted a ribbon-cutting celebration for the new Coolidge Corner School, marking the recent opening of the school a significant step towards solving its enrollment growth pressures. The 227,000sf expansion and restoration project was designed by Cambridge-based HMFH Architects and includes full-scale renovation of the school’s historic 1913 building, two […]

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