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U.S. EPA honors nine 2019 ENERGY STAR Partners of the Year in Massachusetts

Boston, MA The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) New England regional office and the U.S. Department of Energy are honoring nine Massachusetts organizations as Energy Star partners for their contributions to public health and the environment.

Sherin and Lodgen represents Wellesley Bank in financing three solar facilities

Plymouth, MA Sherin and Lodgen LLP’s Renewable Energy Practice Group represented Wellesley Bank, a Massachusetts-based banking and wealth management company, in the development of three solar facilities. The facilities include a 385 kWh rooftop mounted facility in Canton

Solect Energy awarded competitive RFP contract with the city of Medford for a microgrid energy management system

Medford, MA Solect Energy, one of the state’s leading commercial-scale developer and installer of solar energy systems, has been awarded a competitive RFP contract to engineer, procure, install, and service a microgrid energy management system at the city’s Department of Public Works (DPW).

Proper geo-environmental services are key to a successful project - by Frank Ricciardi

Geotechnical and environmental (geo-environmental) engineering services are critical to successful construction of new buildings/structures, renovation of existing buildings/structures, or any project requiring earthwork. Project owners and managers are tasked with completing projects on budget and need to determine the disciplines/scopes of services where cost savings can be attained.

Heating & cooling systems using “nature’s way” to provide water treatment with ProMoss - by Dan Cook

The Problem Deloge was unhappy with the chemical treatment program for Canal Place which was:  Affecting the heat transfer effic...

Nauset to begin construction on HQ for Workers Credit Union - will be LEED Silver compliant

Littleton, MA Demolition is nearly complete and construction will soon be underway for the new headquarters of Workers Credit Union (WCU), which serves over 100,000 members at its 15 locations throughout Central Mass. Following the select demolition of the existing 44,000 s/f structure located at 119 Russell St.,

ReVision Energy to merge with Energy Emporium of Enfield, NH

Brentwood, NH ReVision Energy has entered into a merger agreement with Energy Emporium of Enfield, N.H. Under the terms of the agreement, Energy Emporium will be integrated as part of ReVision Energy, who will offer customer service to all existing Energy Emporium customers and bring onboard Energy Emporium’s Kimberley Quirk and Anita Gonzalez as ReVision Energy employee-owners.

Peabody Properties attains $15.845 million in no-cost energy retrofits for its portfolio

Braintree, MA Peabody Properties has attained a no-cost energy retrofits throughout its portfolio of managed communities as a...

Looking at solar benefits from the perspective of a commercial real estate owner - by Craig Huntley

"We’ve found that the solar energy system not only helps with retaining clients, but also in attracting new ones.” For this month’s edition of NEREJ, we spoke with commercial real estate owner Emerson White and his decision to install solar energy on his multiple properties.

FlowMark Pulse Power Electronic Water Treatment Systems eliminates hard rock calcite scale - by Dan Cook

Case Study – Dedham Health & Athletic Complex Steam Boilers The following article discusses an application with SteamMaster elect...