"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.
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Newton, MA GreenStaxx’ latest modular building has begun to take shape as the installation of the 102 modular “boxes” that will form the residential portion of 28 Austin St. is well underway.
Warwick, RI Southern Sky Renewable Energy RI and the city flipped the switch on the city’s second solar array. The array on West Shore Rd. hosts 2,628 panels that are now producing 1 MW of electricity, contributing to the city’s portfolio of renewable energy.
The good news for property owners and real estate developers is that when it comes to solar energy, there are now more options and incentives than ever before. The challenge is that assessing these options and finding a solar partner who fits your unique requirements can be a bit daunting.
Boston, MA The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) released its annual list of Top 10 States for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the world’s most widely used green building rating system. The list ranks states based on the number of LEED certified s/f per person in 2018. After taking the top spot on the list for the past two years, this year Massachusetts came in at number two.
Medfield, MA The American Planning Association, Massachusetts Chapter (APA-MA) and the Massachusetts Association of Planning Directors (MAPD) have awarded the 2018 APA-MA Planning Project Award to the Medfield State Hospital (MSH) Strategic Reuse Master Plan.
Boston, MA Law firm Sherin and Lodgen LLP has expanded its award-winning solar energy practice and created a national renewable energy practice group to meet the needs of the accelerating renewable energy and energy storage industries.
North Haven, CT The CT Green Building Council’s (CTGBC) newly elected board of directors took office at the organization’s first official meeting of the new year. The group also elected new officers for 2019. CTGBC’s new board chairman is Wayne Cobleigh, having been elevated from vice chairman – a role he held for the previous two years.
Boston, MA The heating and cooling of large buildings and corporate offices are often a significant drain on the structure’s system. With many utility companies offering incentive programs that encourage customers to save energy, one means that may be overlooked is the use of window film.