New Britain, CT
Eversource and AVANGRID, Inc. subsidiaries United Illuminating, Southern Connecticut Gas and Connecticut Natural Gas, have selected three winners for the 9th
Annual Energize Connecticut Zero Energy Challenge (ZEC),Lenox, MA
In time for the start of this summer season, Consigli Construction Co., Inc. completed construction of a new four-building complex at the Tanglewood Festival. The Linde Center for Music and Learning will supportSouth Boston, MA
Boston Global Investors, The Cogsville Group, Eagle Development Partners and Dutch-based real estate developer EDGE have signed a joint venture partnership for a new office development in the South Boston Waterfront.
When it comes to solar incentives for real estate, most people tend to think of the state programs that have launched new markets allowing building owners to take advantage of solar energy while reducing their energy costs.
Jamaica Plain, MA
In 2014, The Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation (JPNDC) committed to the federal government’s Better Buildings Challenge, setting the goal of 20% energy use reduction in its affordable housing portfolio.
New Haven, CT Before a lease was even signed for the space that would become East Rock Brewing Company, UI energy engineers were coming up with ideas to help owners Tim and Shaun Wilson secure incentives for energy efficient systems.Milton, MA
Fuller Village is collaborating with local company, FireFlower Alternative Energy, will install a 358-kW rooftop solar array across nine of its buildings on Brush Hill Rd. Deborah Felton, executive director of Fuller Village, reviewed the options
Summer is finally upon us. With the warmer temperatures New England often sees an increase in fierce thunderstorms and high winds. For many property owners who have installed solar energy systems, the summer season is the time for peak power production
The Gutierrez Company has formed a joint venture partnership with a national institutional investor to develop the Burlington BioCenter at 4 Burlington Woods.Cambridge, MA
According to The Davis Cos. (TDC), the Alewife Research Center (ARC), located at 35 Cambridge Park Dr., is now fully leased. The newly constructed class-A laboratory building is adjacent to the Alewife MBTA Red Line station