EnergySage is pleased to announce the development of a formal relationship with the Massachusetts Sierra Club to accelerate the adoption of clean energy technologies, such as solar photovoltaic (electric), solar thermal (hot water) and geothermal-heat pump (space cooling and heating) systems. The joint effort will focus on proactive outreach, education and free advocacy services for owners and decision-makers at commercial properties, including businesses, religious institutions, government buildings, schools and non-profits. The details of this partnership can be viewed here.
Free Information Session On Solar Systems
EnergySage, the authoritative resource on solar panel systems and other clean energy solutions for residential and commercial properties is hosting a Free local event for residential property owners. The event, located at EnergySage Headquarters in Cambridge MA, will be led by Chris Williams, a veteran installer in a broad range of clean energy technologies and thought leader in clean energy technology installation quality and public policy development. Mr. Williams will provide homeowners with practical insight into several common clean energy technologies, including Solar Photovoltaic PV systems, Solar Hot Water and Geothermal Ground Source Heat Pump technologies used to heat and cool your home. For more information about this October 25th event and to register,
The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s Green Building Open House will be held on October 13th. Homeowner and Tour Host Alan Spector shares his thoughts on the value the GBOH provides.
The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s Green Building Open House will be held on October 13th. EnergySage CEO Vikram Aggarwal discusses EnergySage’s involvement in this year’s tour.
The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s been hosting its Green Building Open House since 1995. NESEA Executive Director Jennifer Marrapese tells us how it’s evolved since then and what to expect from this year’s tour on October 13th.