Federal Stimulus-Funded Clean Energy Projects

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Town of Alford, MA 01230
Project description: The town of Alford has partnered with the towns of Monterey and Sheffield to use the $308,733 in stimulus grant funds to weatherize the Regional Elementary/Middle/High School building. Grant funding will purchase and install a new building automation system, install demand-controlled ventilation in the school gymnasiums, cafeteria, and auditorium, and perform retro-commissioning on the components of the existing system. The town estimates that 3,508 gallons of heating oil and 35,802 kWh of electricity will be saved.
Town of Becket, MA 01223
Project description: The town of Becket will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to weatherize the Becket fire station #2 and the ambulance garage buildings, a project that includes a boiler replacement and building envelope improvements.
Middlesex Community College591 Springs Road
Bedford, MA 01730
Project description: This performance contract enabled by stimulus funding will help the Bedford campus achieve deeper energy effiency through such measures as lighting upgrades, heating and ventilation upgrades, and the installation of unique ground-source heat pump technology.
Town of Bedford, MA 01730
Project description: The town of Bedford will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds for energy efficiency measures, including the installation of a new energy management and ventillation system at the Lt. Job Lane Elementary School.
Town of Belchertown, MA 01007
Project description: The town of Belchertown will use the $149,812 in stimulus grant funds to implement thermal efficiency measures at the Fire Station, Lawrence Memorial Hall, and the Water Reclamation Facility buildings. The measures include installing an energy management system, building envelope improvements, and replacing the boiler.
Town of Bellingham, MA 02019
Project description: The town of Bellingham will use the $88,400 in stimulus grant funds to help purchase and install an 11kW solar PV system on Cliff Road. The town will also use grant monies to fund a number of thermal efficiency improvements to the South Fire Station, which also serves as the community center and the town historical museum.
Town of Berlin, MA 01827
Project description: The town of Berlin will use the $65,000 in stimulus grant funds to implement thermal efficiency measures in Berlin Memorial Hall and the Municipal Public Safety Building, including improvements to the building envelope and the HVAC system. The two projects are both estimated to save a minimum of 10% of current oil usage.
Massasoit Community College1 Massasoit Blvd
Brockton, MA 02302
Town of Dunstable, MA 01827
Project description: The towns of Dunstable and Groton will use the $70,544 in stimulus grant funds to implement a number of thermal efficiency improvements at the Swallow Union School. Measures include window replacements and building envelope improvements.
Town of Egremont, MA 01258
Project description: The town of Egremont will use the $145,170 in stimulus grant funds to add additional insulation and replace the heating system at the Town Highway Garage Building. At a ground site next to the Town Highway Garage, Egremont will install a 16 kW pole-mounted Solar PV installation. Total town operating budget savings as a result of these projects is estimated to be $6,500 annually.
Town of Erving, MA 01344
Project description: The town of Erving will use the $81,000 in stimulus grant funds to pay for thermal efficiency improvements at the Town Hall, including the installation of new windows, insulation, a hot water heater, a door, and a heating system air reset. Implementing these measures will save the town an estimated 13.7% of existing energy usage, or approximately $1,400 annually.
City of Gardner, MA 01440
Project description: The city of Gardner will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace the oil fueled boiler with high efficiency gas boilers at the Helen Mae Sauter school.
Town of Hudson, MA 01749
Project description: The town of Hudson will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace exterior windows at the Hudson Public Library, which was constructed in 1905 and is a historic building.
Town of Lancaster, MA 01523
Project description: The town of Lancaster will use the $79,627 in stimulus grant funds to pay for a boiler replacement and ventilations system upgrades at the Central Fire Station, the South Fire Station, the Police Station, and the Thayer Memorial Library.
Town of Lee, MA 01238
Project description: The town of Lee will use the implement thermal efficiency measures at the $62,000 in stimulus grant funding to upgrade the boiler and weatherize the Central Fire Station and the South Lee Fire Station.
Town of Lexington, MA 02421
Project description: The town of Lexington will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to weatherize and replace the boiler at Lexington Public School's central administration building. The town of Lexington has adopted the goal of a 20% reduction in energy use over a 5 year period and this project will support that goal.
Town of Middlefield, MA 01243
Project description: The town of Middlefield will use the $121,278 in stimulus grant funding to pay for a boiler replacement and window replacement project at Middlefield Town Hall.
Town of Needham, MA 01292
Project description: The town of Needham will use the $86,344 in stimulus grant funds to purchase a new energy management system at the Hillside Elementary School.
Town of New Ashford, MA 01237
Project description: The town of New Ashford will use the $13,200 in stimulus grant funds to add insulation to the Town Hall building.
Dept. of State Police340 West Brookfield Road
New Braintree, MA 01531
Project description: This stimulus-enabled performance contract will contribute to deep energy efficiency gains at the Dept. of State Police, thorugh such changes as lighting upgrades and theinstallation of vending machine controllers.
Tonw of New Marlborough, MA 01230
Project description: The town of New Marlborough will use the $64,575 in stimulus grant funds to pay for better insulation, air sealing, and window replacements at the Town Hall and Town Garage. These thermal efficiency measures will result in an estimated $4,906 in oil savings and a 26% annual savings for the Town.
Tonw of New Salem, MA 01355
Project description: The town of New Salem will use the $134,685 in stimulus grant funds to pay for added wall insulation, attic insulation, duct sealing and insulation, and boiler replacement at the Town Hall, Stowell Building, New Library, Old Library and Main Fire Station. The town has determined these energy efficiency measures will reduce energy costs by 55%.
City of Newburyport, MA 01950
Project description: The city of Newburyport will use the $116,190 in stimulus grant funds at the Kelley School Community Youth Center. The project includes modernizing the exhaust system, air-sealing the building, insulating the attic and upgrading the steam and air handling systems. The project will achieve an estimated 43% MMBtu savings.
UMass Dartmouth285 Old Westport Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
Project description: This stimulus-enabled whole-campus efficiency program will include the installation of a natural gas combined heat and power system that produces both heat and electricity.
Town of Otis, MA 01253
Project description: The town of Otis will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to weatherize and upgrade heating and ventillation systems at the Otis Town Hall.
Town of Plympton, MA 02367
Project description: The town of Plympton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds for several thermal efficiency measures at the Town Hall, including window replacements in the section of the building constructed in 1936, heating and cooling system upgrades, and the replacement of the hot water heater with a highly efficient gas tankless model.
Town of Saugus, MA 01906
Project description: The town of Saugus will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace the existing oil-fired boilers, hot water pumps and piping at the Belmonte Middle School with four new gas high-efficiency condensing hot water boilers, three new hot water pumps and new piping. The high efficiency heating system will provide an energy savings of approximately 25% per year.
Town of Sheffield, MA 01231
Project description: The town of Sheffield will use the $20,000 in stimulus grant funds to for thermal efficiency measures at the Town Hall and the Police Department, including insulation, windows, caulk and weather strip ducts, repair cracked windowpanes and insulate hot water piping.
Town of Shelburne, MA 01340
Project description: The town of Shelburne will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funding to implement thermal efficiency measures in a town building which cannot currently be used due to extremely poor insulation and the high cost of heating. It is estimated that the entire energy savings performance contract will save the town $30,876 annually, or 67% of the town's total projected annual energy expenses.
Town of Stockbridge, MA 01262
Project description: The town of Stockbridge will use the $66,479 in stimulus grant funds to pay for the installation of a 5kw solar PV system at the Department of Public Works building, the installation of a water-source heat pump at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, and the upgrade of the heating and hot water system at the Interlaken Fire House.
Town of Townsend, MA 01469
Project description: The town of Townsend will use the $53,730 in stimulus grant funds to replace the boiler and increase the heat retention of the windows at the Hart Library Building. Additionally, funds will be used to replace the furnace and better insulate the West Townsend Reading Room, and better insulate and replace the boiler at the West Townsend Fire Station. Energy benefits to the Town through implementation of these energy conservation measures are estimated to include annual usage reductionsof 341 MMBtus and an annual cost savings of $7,504.
Town of Tyringham, MA 01264
Project description: The town of Tyringham will use the $51,102 in stimulus grant funds to upgrade the heating system and better insulate the Town Hall/Highway Garage, Fire Station, Library/Post Office and School House (now town offices). The Town estimates that the projects will reduce the town's fuel oil consumption by 27% and propane consumption by 42%.
Town of Ware, MA 01082
Project description: The town of Ware will use the $53,137 in stimulus grant funds to increase the energy efficiency of the Town Hall, the Police Station and the Waste Water Treatment Plant. The town estimates these projects will result in an annual cost savings of $13,371.
Town of Washington, MA 01223
Project description: The town of Washington will use the $106,120 in stimulus grant funds to install a more energy-efficient boiler and better insulate the Town Hall.
Town of West Newbury, MA 01985
Project description: The town of West Newbury will use the $132,390 in stimulus grant funds to implement thermal efficiency measures at the Dr. John C. Page School and to install a 2.1 kW solar PV installation adjacent to the town's Dept. of Public Works garage and office.
Town of Williamsburg, MA 01096
Project description: The town of Williamsburg will use the $60,093 in stimulus grant funds on a thermal efficiency project at the Town Garage and Town Hall.
Town of Winchester, MA 01890
Project description: The town of Winchester will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace an oil-fired boiler with a natural gas-fired boiler at the Muraco Elementary School.
Town of Windsor, MA 01270
Project description: The town of Windsor will use the $137,500 stimulus grant funds to better insulate the Town Hall, Town Office Building and the Highway Garage, including building envelope improvements, as well as replace the boiler and windows at these sites.
City of Winthrop, MA 02152
Project description: The city of Winthrop will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to convert the existing Winthrop Town Hall heating plant to high efficiency gas-fueled boilers.
Town of Ayer, MA 01432
Project description: The town of Ayer will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance a $1 million performance contract that guarantees energy savings at 10 town buildings. Specific improvements include window and boiler replacements and building envelope improvements.
Town of Canton, MA 02021
Project description: The town of Canton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to convert the heating system from steam to hot water at the Rodman Preschool/Administration Building. These measures are part of a larger $1.5 million dollar energy savings performance contract.
Town of Charlemont, MA 01339
Project description: The town of Charlemont will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace windows at the 117-year-old town hall building. This is part of an energy savings performance contract which comprises three buildings.
Town of Clinton, MA 01510
Project description: The town of Clinton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance energy conservation measures in Clinton Public Schools as part of an energy savings performance contract.
Town of Conway, MA 01341
Project description: The town of Conway will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace the boiler at the Town Hall as part of a larger performance contract with Siemens.
Town of Dedham, MA 02026
Project description: The town of Dedham will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance the installation of an energy management system at the Greenlodge Elementary School and the Early Childhood Education Center.
Town of Deerfield, MA 01342
Project description: The town of Deerfield will use the $150,000 in stimulus funding grant funding on heating and ventillation system upgrades, building envelope improvements, and a complete retrofit of the energy management system at the Deerfield Elementary School.
Town of Gill, MA 01354
Project description: The town of Gill will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace a boiler and boiler controls at Gill Elementary School. These measures are part of a larger performance contract.
City of Greenfield, MA 01301
Project description: The city of Greenfield will use $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace windows at the Greenfield Town Hall. These measures are part of a larger performance contract.
Town of Hamilton, MA 01936
Project description: The town of Hamilton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace windows, weatherize, and replace the boiler at three town buildings as part of a larger performance contracting project.
Town of Leverett, MA 01054
Project description: The town of Leverett will be used the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace two aging oil-fired forced air furnaces and electric heating system at the Leverett Town Hall. These measures are part of a larger performance contract.
Town of Montague, MA 01351
Project description: The town of Montague will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace the existing boiler at the Town Hall building with an energy efficient model. This project is part of a larger energy savings performance contract.
City of Northampton, MA 01060
Project description: The city of Northampton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace windows at the Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School as part of a larger $6.5 million energy savings performance contract.
Town of Orange, MA 01364
Project description: The town of Orange will use $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace boilers at Fisher Hill Elementary, Butterfield Elementary, and the Amory Building. Replacing three boilers will save an estimated 5,240 gallons of fuel oil per year.
City of Palmer, MA 01069
Project description: The city of Palmer will use the $18,722 in stimulus grant funds to install a solar hot water system at the Water Pollution Control facility. This system is part of a larger energy savings performance contract with Siemens.
Town of Reading, MA 01867
Project description: The town of Reading will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance a steam to hot water conversion project at the Birch Meadow Elementary School. This measure is part of a larger energy savings performance contract.
Town of Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Project description: The town of Shrewsbury will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance air sealing, walk-in cooler and freezer controls, control system upgrades, and heating improvements at the Calvin Coolidge Elementary School. These measures are part of a larger performance contract.
Town of Sunderland, MA 01375
Project description: The town of Sunderland will use the $97,000 in stimulus grant funds to implement thermal efficieny measures at the Sunderland Public Safety Complex and the Sunderland Elementary School as part of a larger $1.2 million energy savings performance contract.
Town of Wakefield, MA 01880
Project description: The town of Wakefield will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance the replacement of a boiler to a high efficiency boiler system at the Wakefield Memorial High School. This project is part of a larger energy savings performance contract.
Wenham, MA 01986
Project description: The town of Wenham will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance window replacements, boiler replacements, and building envelope insulation at the Council on Aging Building, the Fire Station and the Iron Rail Building. These measures are part of a larger energy savings performance contract \that will reduce energy consumption in these facilities by 20 percent.
Town of Shutesbury, MA 01072
Project description: The town of Shutebury will use the $56,673 in stimulus grant funds to help finance the installation of 5kW solar PV stimulusy and to improve the energy efficiency at the Shutesbury Town Hall. Efficiency measures include greater insulation for the entrance and attic, installation of an outdoor reset temperature control for the heating system, and three projects within the Highway Department. Adding insulation at Town Hall will result in a 10% decrease in propane usage.
Castle Square Tenant's Organization - The Castle Square Apartments476 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118
Project description: Castle Square, a low-income apartment complex in Boston, will use $4,400,000 in stimulus funds to renovate 4 buildings that include 192 housing units. The buildings will be wrapped in super-insulation, air sealed, and equipped with high-efficiency windows and upgraded mechanical systems. The project promises to be among the most ambitious Deep Energy Retrofits at existing multi-family housing complexes in the country, reducing the building's energy consumption by a projected 50%.
Hawthorne Hotel18 Washington Square, West
Salem, MA 01970
Project description: Nexamp, Inc of North Andover will complete a Deep Energy Retrofit at Salem's historic Hawthorne Hotel, switching the hotel to geothermal heating and cooling using $1.4 million in stimulus funds. The Hotel will also upgrade its mechanical systems and lighting to be more efficient. This project will provide a compelling demonstration of an energy-efficienct renovation that preserves the important historic character of the building.
Lawrence CommunityWorks - Union Crossing building50 Island Street
Lawrence, MA 01840
Project description: Lawrence CommunityWorks, a community-based development group, will utilize $550,000 in stimulus funds to help finance the retrofit of an old mill building that will include installation of efficient air-source heat pump technology, thick insulation, high-efficiency windows, and aggressive air sealing. The finished building will include 125 affordable housing units, a daycare, and commercial space. The building, Union Crossing, will provide a model energy renovation of old mill masonry buildings, a typical building type in the Commonwealth.
Mass Energy Consumer's Alliance284 Amory St
Boston, MA 02130
Project description: Mass Energy Consumer's Alliance's program will use $250,000 in stimulus funds to dramatically increase enrollment in utility-run rebate programs and other existing energy efficiency programs. Their broad consumer alliance network, as well as their project partners' regional community groups, will bring energy efficiency to numerous households throughout the Commonwealth.
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art87 Marshall Street
North Adams, MA 01247
Project description: The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art will use $800,000 of stimulus funds to transition from oil heat to a biomass heating system. Other energy-efficient measures include efficient ventilation and air circulation, as well as better lighting controls. The project will help the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art reduce its heating and energy costs significantly, and provide a model for other museums.
Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce -- Merrimack Valley region264 Essex Street
Lawrence, MA 01840
Project description: The Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce will partner with Nexamp, Inc. of North Andover to provide Merrimack Valley's businesses and industries with turnkey energy efficiency solutions. Using $500,000 in stimulus funds, this engagement program will target immediate energy savings in the Commercial and Industrial sector. The program will also partner with regional banks to help finance various projects.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- The Stoneleigh-Burnham School574 Bernardston Road
Greenfield, MA 01301
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant. Sandri will install wood pellet boilers at multiple institutional sites throughout the area, including the Stoneleigh-Burnham School. Sandri will also invest in its distribution infrastructure to provide future wood-pellet supplies to the school and other sites switching to biomass.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- The Linden Hill School154 South Mountain Road
Northfield, MA 01360
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant. Sandri will install wood pellet boilers at multiple institutional sites throughout the area, including the Linden Hill School. Sandri will also invest in its distribution infrastructure to provide future wood-pellet supplies to the school and other sites switching to biomass.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- Greenfield Community College1 College Drive
Greenfield, MA 01301
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant. Sandri will install wood pellet boilers at multiple institutional sites throughout the area, including Greenfield Community College. Sandri will also invest in its distribution infrastructure to provide future wood-pellet supplies to the college and other sites switching to biomass.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- The Happy Valley Organic Farm216 Long Plain Road
Whately, MA 01373
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant, reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Sandri will install wood pellet boilers at multiple institutional sites throughout the area, including Full Bloom Market Garden, LLC, a local organic vegetable farm and nursurey Sandri will also invest in its distribution infrastructure to provide future wood-pellet supplies to the farm and other sites switching to biomass.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- Sandri Headquarters400 Chapman Street
Greenfield, MA 01301
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant. Sandri will install wood pellet boilers at multiple institutional sites throughout the area, including Sandri's own headquarters. Sandri will also invest in its distribution infrastructure to provide future wood-pellet supplies to the region.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- The Fox Inn71 Northfield Road
Bernardston, MA 01337
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant. Sandri will install wood pellet boilers at multiple institutional sites throughout the area, including the Fox Inn. Sandri will also invest in its distribution infrastructure to provide future wood-pellet supplies to the hotel and other sites switching to biomass.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- The Greenfield Fire Station412 Main Street
Greenfield, MA 01301
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant. Sandri will install wood pellet boilers at multiple institutional sites throughout the area, including the Greenfield Fire Station. Sandri will also invest in its distribution infrastructure to provide future wood-pellet supplies to the fire station and other sites switching to biomass.
A.R. Sandri Companies -- for homeowners statewide400 Chapman Street
Greenfield, MA 01301
Project description: Sandri Companies' program in western Massachusetts will target buildings heated by fuel oil, and shift them to wood pellet boilers as part of their $3.2 million stimulus grant. Sandri will partner with local utilities to provide incentives for energy audits and weatherization for homeowners, as well as offer rebates for residential ultra-low-emission wood pellet boilers.
Architectural Heritage Foundation -- The Lyman Estate185 Lyman Street
Waltham, MA 02452
Project description: Architectural Heritage Foundation, in partnership with Historic New England and the Trustees of Reservations, will renovate three historic properties in the Commonwealth using $650,000 in stimulus funds. As part of this project, the Lyman Estate will undergo a historically sensitive retrofit that includes aggressive air sealing, additional insulation, and the installation of a high-efficiency condensing boiler. The renovation will strive to reduce the properties' energy consumption by 50% while maintaining their cultural and historic character.
Architectural Heritage Foundation -- The Appleton Farms219 County Road
Ipswich, MA 01938
Project description: Architectural Heritage Foundation, in partnership with Historic New England and the Trustees of Reservations, will complete Deep Energy Retrofits at three historic properties in the Commonwealth using $650,000 in stimulus funds.. As part of this project, the Appleton Farms will be super-insulated and aggressively air-sealed, as well as equipped with efficient boilers, lighting, and solar thermal water heaters. The renovation will strive to reduce the properties' energy consumption by 50% while maintaining their cultural and historic character.
Architectural Heritage Foundation -- The Bullitt ReservationAshfield, MA 01130
Project description: Architectural Heritage Foundation, in partnership with Historic New England and the Trustees of Reservations, will complete Deep Energy Retrofits at three historic properties in the Commonwealth using $650,000 in stimulus funds.. As part of this project, the Bullitt Reservation will be super-insulated and aggressively air-sealed, and will attempt to attain certification as a "passive house," which uses little to no fossil fuel heat. The renovation will strive to reduce the properties' energy consumption by 50% while maintaining their cultural and historic character.
Center for Ecological Technology -- ReStore83 Warwick Street
Springfield, MA 01104
Project description: The Center for Ecological Technology will use $900,000 in stimulus funds at a 100-year-old warehouse in Springfield, implementing aggressive treatment and insulation of the building envelope and air-to-air heat pumps. The building will house a ReStore Center, which resells used and recycled building materials. Home improvement customers will be able to tour the facility to understand how these energy efficiency measures work, learning lessons to apply to their own homes.
Conservation Services Group40 Washington Street
Westborough, MA 01581
Project description: Conservation Services Group and its partners will administer the first comprehensive oil-heat energy efficiency program in the Commonwealth using $1.7 million in stimulus funds. The program will provide services and rebates to moderate income families on inefficient oil heat to help them pursue energy audits, basic energy efficiency upgrades, and rebates for high-efficiency boilers. The program will replace a significant number of inefficient old boiler systems in the state.
United Teen Equality Center34 Hurd Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Project description: Founded in 1999 as a positive response to local gang violence, United Teen Equality Center (UTEC) is a youth-led agency that blends a drop-in, safe-haven center with more structured workforce development and educational programming. The organization will use $1.9 million in stimulus funds to renovate their Lowell facility, by combining building envelope treatment with passive heating and cooling techniques, reducing their energy consumption by 50%.
Bay State Correctional Center28 Clark Street
Norfolk, MA 02056
Project description: $174,473 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, oil, and chilled water at seven buildings (876,567 square feet) at the Bay State Correctional Center. The Center is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Bridgewater Correctional ComplexBridgewater, MA 02324
Project description: $969,440 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 37 buildings (213,416 square feet) at the Bridgewater Correctional Complex. The Complex is one of 33 host sites for the Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
MCI Cedar JunctionSouth Walpole, MA 02071
Project description: $235,223 of stimulus funds will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 9 buildings (568,551 square feet) at MCI Cedar Junction. Cedar Junction is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
MCI Concord965 Elm Street
Concord, MA 01742
Project description: $429,263 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, oil, and chilled water at 22 buildings (508,318 square feet) at MCI Concord. MCI Concord is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Framingham Correctional Complex99 Loring Dr.
Framingham, MA 01701
Project description: $400,003 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 20 buildings (421,898 square feet) at the Framingham Correctional Complex. The Complex is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
MCI Norfolk2 Clark Street
Norfolk, MA 02056
Project description: $682,396 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 49 buildings (639,448 square feet) at MCI Norfolk. MCI Norfolk is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
MCI PlymouthMyles Standish Forest
South Carver, MA 02366
Project description: $181,256 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 22 buildings (54,560 square feet) at MCI Plymouth. MCI Plymouth is of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Shirley Correctional ComplexShirley, MA 01464
Project description: $708,458 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, oil, and chilled water at 49 buildings (1,179,250 square feet) at the Shirley Correctional Complex. The Complex is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Northeastern Correctional Center976 Barretts Mill Rd.
West Concord, MA 01742
Project description: $198,929of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 5 buildings (88,280 square feet) at the Northeastern Correctional Center. The Center is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Pondville Correctional Center1 Industries Drive
Walpole, MA 02056
Project description: $150,884 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, and oil at 3 buildings (114,421 square feet) at the Pondville Correctional Center. The Center is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Massachusetts College of Art621 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
Project description: $226,271 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and chilled water at 10 buildings (825,200 square feet) at the Massachusetts College of Art. MCA is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Massachusetts Hospital School3 Randolph St
Canton, MA 02021
Project description: $336,551 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 3 buildings (520,784 square feet) at the Mass. Hospital School. MHS is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Bunker Hill Community College250 New Rutherford Ave
Charlestown, MA 02129
Project description: $219,828 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, oil, and chilled water at 8 buildings (535,235 square feet) at Bunker Hill Community College. BHCC is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Chelsea Soldier's Home91 Crest Ave
Chelsea, MA 02150
Project description: $211,411 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, oil, and chilled water at 9 buildings (539.342 square feet) at the Chelsea Soldier's Home. The Home is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Fitchburg State College (University)160 Pearl St
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Project description: $698,037 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 48 buildings (1,500,029 square feet) at Fitchburg State College (University). Fitchburg State is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Lemuel Shattuck Hospital170 Morton St
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Project description: $172,882 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and chilled water at 21 buildings (442,832 square feet) at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital. The hospital is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
UMass Lowell1 University Ave
Lowell, MA 01854
Project description: $672,346 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 45 buildings (2,739,741 square feet) at UMass Lowell. UMass Lowell is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Berkshire Community College1350 West Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Project description: $161,509 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity and gas at 10 buildings (287,316 square feet) at Berkshire Community College. BCC is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Boston Pre-Release Center430 Canterbury St.
Roslindale, MA 02131
Project description: $109,144 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, and oil at one building (45,460 square feet) at the Boston Pre-Release Center. The Center is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Salem State College (University)352 Lafayette St
Salem, MA 01970
Project description: $408,068 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 27 buildings (1,309,629 square feet) at Salem State College (University). Salem State is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Tewksbury State Hospital365 East St.
Tewksbury, MA 01876
Project description: $616,841 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 29 buildings (1,034,622 square feet) at Tewksbury State Hospital. Tewksbury is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Cape Cod Community College2240 Lyannough Rd
West Barnstable, MA 02668
Project description: $173,933 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity and gas at 10 buildings (325,994 square feet) at Cape Cod Community College. CCCC is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Western Massachusetts Hospital91 Mountain Rd
Westfield, MA 01085
Project description: $191,817 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, and oil at 11 buildings (191,389 square feet) at Western Massachusetts Hospital. WMH is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Westfield State College (University)577 Western Ave
Westfield, MA 01086
Project description: $575,340 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and oil at 19 buildings (1,356,021 square feet) at Westfield State College (University). Westfield State is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Quinsigamond Community College670 West Boylston St.
Worcester, MA 01606
Project description: $10,195 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, and oil at 8 buildings (335,729 square feet) at Quinsigamond Community College. QCC is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy101 Academy Drive
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
Project description: $441,299 of stimulus funding will support the metering of electricity, gas, steam/hot water, and chilled water at 19 buildings (497,539 square feet) at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Mass. Maritime is one of 33 host sites for Phase 1 of the Enterprise Energy Management System that will measure real-time energy use and identify efficiency opportunities at 17 million square feet of state facilities, resulting in cost savings between 5% and 15%.
Hanscom Civil Air Terminal Building200 Hanscom Drive
Bedford, MA 01730
Project description: This 51.2 kW solar PV system enabled through stimulus funding is expected to produce 57,233 kWh of electricity, the equivalent of 10 percent of the building’s total annual consumption.
Framingham State College (University)100 State Street
Framingham, MA 01701
Project description: $243,800 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 98kW solar PV system at Framingham State College (University). This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Acushnet, MA 02743
Project description: The town of Acushnet will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help purchase and install a 20kW solar PV installation on the roof of the Acushnet town fire station. The town estimates that 1055 gallons of petroleum distillate fuel will be saved as a result of this project.
Town of Adams, MA 01220
Project description: The town of Adams will use the $55,125 in stimulus grant funds to help purchase and install a 7kW solar PV on the Adams wastewater treatment plant, one of the town's largest consumers of electricity. This is the town's first solar project and the town estimates it will generate 7,966 kWh of electricity.
City of Amesbury, MA 01913
Project description: The city of Amesbury will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help purchase and install a 20kW solar PV system at Amesbury High School. Amesbury envisions a school-wide science curriculum that has a strong energy focus and hopes this system will serve as a tangible demonstration of alternative energy use for this educational effort.
Town of Ashburnham, MA 01430
Project description: The town of Ashburnham will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help purchase and install a 33.6kW of solar on a carport at the Ashburnham public safety building and the Oakmont Regional High School. The installation will include a system showing current and historical output of the PV system and the equivalent amount of CO2 emissions offset by the projects.
Town of Bellingham, MA 02019
Project description: The town of Bellingham will use the $88,400 in stimulus grant funds to help purchase and install an 11kW solar PV system on Cliff Road. The town will also use grant monies to fund a number of thermal efficiency improvements to the South Fire Station, which is also a community center and the town historical museum.
Logan Internatation Airport -- Terminal A + SatelliteBoston, MA 02128
Project description: $170,500 in stimulus funds will leverage $304,839 in outside capital to fund the installation of a 365kW solar PV system at Logan Airport's Terminal A and Terminal A satellite buildings. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Massasoit Community College1 Massasoit Blvd
Brockton, MA 02302
Project description: $925,750 will fund the installation of a 300kW roof-mounted solar PV system at Massasoit Community College. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort to install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Bridgewater State University -- Crimson Hall131 Summer Street
Bridgewater, MA 02325
Project description: $140,000 in stimulus funds will leverage $351,625 in outside capital to fund the installation of a 103.5kW solar PV system at Bridgewater State University's Crimson Hall. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort to install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Canton Housing Authority660 Washington Street
Canton, MA 02021
Project description: $68,000 in stimulus funds will leverage $149,075 to fund the installation of a 46.7kW solar PV system at the Canton Housing Authority. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort to install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Carver, MA 02330
Project description: The town of Carver will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance the installation of a 112kW ground-mounted solar PV system on the Route 44 embankment. The system will be installed via a unique third-party ownership model that allows to the town to minimize its up-front capital contribution.
Town of Chelmsford, MA 18254
Project description: The town of Chelmsford will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 21kW solar PV system at Chelmsford High School. Estimated clean energy benefits include the generation of approximately 21,00 kWh annually. The system will be used as a teaching tool and the students will monitor the system's operations and energy savings.
Northeast Correctional Center1 Barretts Mill Road
Concord, MA 01742
Project description: $257,600 will fund the installation of a 103kW ground-mounted self-tracking solar PV system at the Northeast Correctional Facility. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Concord, MA 01742
Project description: The town of Concord will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 44kW solar PV system at the Willard Elementary School, Concord's new public school. The system will provide for an estimated 7% of the buildings energy needs and will include web-based energy production monitoring. This is the first solar PV project on a municipal building in Concord and the town plans to hold information sessions for town officials, school officials, and facilities directors to encourage similar projects.
North Shore Community College1 Ferncroft Road
Danvers, MA 01923
Project description: $185,150 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 74kW roof-mounted solar PV system at North Shore Community College. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
MCI Norfolk200 West Street
Dedham, MA 02026
Project description: $386,400 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 155kW ground-mounted self-tracking solar PV system at the Norfolk Correctional Institution. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Dennis, MA 02639
Project description: The town of Dennis will use the $77,423 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 17kW solar PV system at the Dennis Police Station.
UMass Boston100 William T Morrissey Blvd
Dorchester, MA 02125
Project description: $185,150 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 74kW solar PV system at Umass Boston. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Edgartown, MA 02539
Project description: The town of Edgartown will use the$122,900 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 20sW solar PV system at the wastewater treatment facility. Edgartown plans to implement a broad public education component administered by the wastewater plant and the Energy Committee.
Town of Egremont, MA 01258
Project description: The town of Egremont will use the $127,450 in stimulus grant funds for thermal efficiency improvements at the Town Highway Garage and to add additional insulation and replace the heating system at the Highway Garage Building. Egremont will also install a pole-mounted Solar PV system. Total town operating budget savings as a result of these projects is estimated to be $6,500 annually.
Town of Fairhaven, MA 02719
Project description: The town of Fairhaven will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance the installation of a 500 kW ground-mounted solar PV system located at the capped town landfill and providing clean power to the Hastings Middle School. The system will be installed via a unique third-party ownership model that allows to the town to minimize its up-front capital contribution.
Town of Falmouth, MA 02540
Project description: The town of Falmouth will use the $148,500 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 27kW solar PV system at the town hall.
Fitchburg State University160 Pearl Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Project description: $223,100 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of an 89kW solar PV system at Fitchburg State University. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Foxborough, MA 02035
Project description: The town of Foxborough will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 25kW solar PV installation at the Highway Department Garage building, which will save an estimated 27,937 lbs of CO2 annually. The project will be highly visible from Highway 95.
City of Franklin, MA 02038
Project description: The City of Franklin will use the $99,500 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 15kW solar PV system at the Gerald M. Parmenter Elementary School, which will produce approximately 200,813 kWh of solar power annually.
Town of Grafton, MA 01519
Project description: The town of Grafton will use the $143,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 22kW solar PV system on the roof of the Grafton High School auditorium and gym. annually.
Greenfield Community College1 College Drive
Greenfield, MA 01301
Project description: $193,200 in stimulus funds will help fund the installation of a 77kW roof-mounted solar PV system at Greenfield Community College. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Harwich, MA 02646
Project description: The town of Harwich will use the $140,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 16kW solar PV ground-mounted system at the Harwich Public Safety Facility.
Town of Holden, MA 01520
Project description: The town of Holden will use the $82,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 10kW solar PV systems at the Holden Municipal Light Department and the Holden Senior Center.
Town of Ipswich, MA 01938
Project description: The town of Ipswich will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 33.6kW solar PV system at the Ipswich Town Hall.
UMass Lowell1 University Avenue
Lowell, MA 01854
Project description: $616,661 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 245kW roof-mounted solar PV system at UMass Lowell. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Lunenburg, MA 01462
Project description: The town of Lunenburg will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance the installation of a 91kW solar PV system at the Turkey Hill Middle School. The system will be installed via a unique third-party ownership model that allows to the town to minimize its up-front capital contribution.
Town of Medway, MA 02053
Project description: The town of Medway will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to help finance the installation of a 199kW solar PV system at the Medway Middle School. The system will be installed via a unique third-party ownership model that allows to the town to minimize its up-front capital contribution.
City of Melrose, MA 02176
Project description: The city of Melrose will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 19kW solar PV system on the roof of the Melrose Veteran's Memorial Middle School building, which will save the town an estimated $2,313 annually in energy savings.
Town of Milton, MA 02186
Project description: The town of Milton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and intall a 25kW solar PV system on the roof of Milton Town Hall.
Bay State Correctional Center12 Clark Street
Norfolk, MA 02056
Project description: $200,000 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of 81kW ground-mounted self-tracking solar PV system at the Bay State Correctional Center. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
City of North Adams, MA 01247
Project description: The city of North Adams, in partnership with the town of Clarksburg, will use the $300,000 in stimulus grant funds to install a 38kW solar PV system on the Northern Berkshire School District's Drury High School.
Town of North Andover, MA 01845
Project description: The town of North Andover will use the $103,846 stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 20kW solar PV system at the North Andover High School.
UMass Dartmouth285 Old Westport Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
Project description: $671,600 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 269kW roof-mounted solar PV system at UMass Dartmouth. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Norton, MA 02766
Project description: The town of Norton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 25.8kW solar PV system on the roof fo the Norton Middle School Cafeteria.
Town of Norwell, MA 02061
Project description: The town of Norwell will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 66kW solar PV system at the Norwell Middle School.
Town of Orleans, MA 02653
Project description: The town of Orleans will use the $122,480 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 14.7kW solar PV system at the Orleans Council on Aging building.
Berkshire Community College1350 West St.
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Project description: $984,400 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 394kW roof-mounted solar PV system at Berkshire Community College. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Chickatawbut HillQuincy, MA 02169
Project description: $120,750 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 48kW solar PV system at Chickatawbut Hill. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Rehoboth, MA 02769
Project description: The town of Rehoboth will use the $150,000 stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 41 kW solar PV system on the roof of the Rehoboth Highway Department Garage.
Town of Rockland, MA 02370
Project description: The town of Rockland will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 24kW solar PV system on the R. Stewart Elementary School, which will save the town between $4,000 and $6,000 annually.
Town of Rowe, MA 01367
Project description: The town of Rowe will use the $148,176 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 19.6 kW roof-mounted solar PV system at Rowe Elementary school.
Salem State University352 Lafayette Street
Salem, MA 01970
Project description: $370,300 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 148kW roof-mounted solar PV system at Salem State University. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Seekonk, MA 02771
Project description: The town of Seekonk will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 25kW solar PV system on the roof of the Public Works Department Garage.
MCI Shirley1 Harvard Road
Shirley, MA 01464
Project description: $515,200 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 206kW ground-mounted solar PV system at the Shirley Correctional Institution. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
MCI Cedar JunctionRoute 1A
South Walpole, MA 02071
Project description: $257,600 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 103kW roof-mounted self-tracking solar PV system at the Cedar Junction Correctional Institution. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Springfield Recycling FacilitySpringfield, MA 01107
Project description: $322,000 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 129kW roof-mounted solar PV system at the Springfield Recycling Facility. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Sudbury, MA 01776
Project description: The town of Sudbury will use the $141,864 in stimulus grant funds to help install solar PV and a solar thermal system at the Fairbank Road Community Center, a hub facility for the town of Sudbury that includes the Sudbury Public School offices and the Senior Center.
Town of Sutton, MA 01590
Project description: The town of Sutton will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 200kW solar PV system at the Learning Center public school. The project will save the town over $30,000 in energy costs in the first year.
Town of Truro, MA 02666
Project description: The town of Truro will use the $90,000 stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 25kW solar PV installation at the Truro Central Elementary School. The PV system is expected to generate about 30,000 kWh annually, approximately 13.5% of the school's current needs.
Town of Wellesley, MA 02457
Project description: The town of Wellesley will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 50kW solar PV system at the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant.
Town of Wellfleet, MA 02667
Project description: The town of Wellfleet will use the $145,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 29kW solar PV project at the Wellfleet Fire Station.
Town of West Newbury, MA 01985
Project description: The town of West Newbury will use the $132,390 in stimulus grant funds to implement thermal efficiency measures at the Dr. John C. Page School and to install a 2.1 kW solar PV installation adjacent to the town's Dept. of Public Works garage and office.
Westfield State University577 Western Ave
Westfield, MA 01085
Project description: $273,700 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 109kW roof-mounted solar PV system at Westfield State University. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Town of Westford, MA 01886
Project description: The town of Westford will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install a 30kW solar PV system at the Stony Brook Middle School.
Deer Island -- Parking Lot building, Grit and Odor building, Disinfection buildingWinthrop, MA 02152
Project description: $1,137,500 in stimulus funds will help finance the installation of a 455kW roof-mounted solar PV system on the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority's Deer Island wastewater treatment facility. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort that will install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
Worcester State University -- Wasylean Hall486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602
Project description: $106,500 in stimulus funds will leverage $87,300 in outside capital to finance the installation of a 40.8kW solar PV system at Worcester State University's Wasylean Hall. This installation is part of a larger solar stimulus effort to install nearly 4MW of solar PV at state facilities.
City of Watertown, MA 02472
Project description: The city of Watertown will use the $150,000 in stimulus grant funds to install a 50kW solar PV system on the roof of the town's Department of Public Works building. It is estimated that this system will produce 55,957 kWh of clean energy annually.
Spruce Environmental Technologies, Inc.3 Saber Hill Way
Haverhill, MA 01830
Project description: Spruce Environmental Technologies, Inc. will use the $91,250 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a to install a 79kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
The Tyngsborough Sports Realty Trust18 Progress Ave.
Tyngsborough, MA 01879
Project description: The Tyngsborough Sports Realty Trust will use the $112,900 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass.Clean Energy Center1 to install a 01kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Barrett Distribution15 Freedom Way
Franklin, MA 02038
Project description: Barrett Distribution will use the $161,720 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a to install a 198kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Franklin Realty Advisors - Worcester Business Center67 Millbrook St.
Worcester, MA 01602
Project description: Franklin Realty Advisors will use the $119,080 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a to install a 113kW solar PV system at the Worcester Business Center. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
CanPro Investments, LTD20 Riverside Dr
Lakeville, MA 02347
Project description: CanPro Investments, LTD will use the $52,215 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 40kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Meadowbrook Orchards209 Chace Hill Road
Sterling, MA 01564
Project description: Meadowbrook Orchards will use the $27,720 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install an 18kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Greater Boston Food Bank70 South Bay Ave.
Boston, MA 02118
Project description: The Greater Boston Food Bank will use the $162,355 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Ratner Realty, LLC10 Roxanna Street
Framingham, MA 01702
Project description: Ratner Realty, LLC will use the $117,625 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 110kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
DJ Realty Trust Dan's Jeep82 Turnpike Road
Westborough, MA 01002
Project description: DJ ealty Trust will use the $62,180 in stimulus funds a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 50kW solar PV system at Dan's Jeep. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Boston College High School150 William T Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, MA 02125
Project description: Boston College High School will use the $162,435 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Williams Buiilding Company196 Old Townhouse Rd
Yarmouth, MA 02664
Project description: Williams Building Company will use the $7,560 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 5kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Rogers and Gray Insurance Agency Inc.20 Independance Drive
Barnstable, MA 02630
Project description: Rogers and Gray Insurance Agency will use the $52,500 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 40kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Asclepius Corp460 West Main St
Barnstable, MA 02630
Project description: Aslepius Corp will use the $42,740 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 30kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
CanPro Investments, LTD30 Riverside Dr.
Lakeville, MA 02347
Project description: CanPro Investments, LTD will use the $49,160 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 37kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Constitution Center, LLC - Bldg 22 Constitution Center
Boston, MA 02108
Project description: Constitution Center, LLC will use the $54,820 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 42kW solar PV system at Building 2. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Quaboag Regional High/Middle School284 Old West Brookfield Rd
Warren, MA 01083
Project description: Quaboag Regional Middle and High School will use the $114,365 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 104kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Constitution Center, LLC - Bldg 11 Constitution Plaza, Building 1
Boston, MA 02108
Project description: Constitution Center, LLC will use the $162,435 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system at Building 1. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Cape Cod Organic Farm3677 RTE 6-A
Barnstable, MA 02630
Project description: Cape Cod Organic Farm will use the $14,760 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 10kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Cape Cod Cooperative Bank25 Benjamin Franklin Way
Barnstable, MA 02630
Project description: Cape Cod Cooperative Bank will use the $72,300 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 60kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Grossman Marketing Group30 Cobble Hill Rd.
Somerville, MA 02143
Project description: Grossman Marketing Group will use the $162,435 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Housing Assistance Corporation - 77 Winter77 Winter St
Barnstable, MA 02630
Project description: Housing Assistance Corporation will use the $21,420 in stimulus funds asa solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 14kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
DJ Realty Trust Mitsubishi of Westboro84 Turnpike Road
Westborough, MA 01002
Project description: DJ Realty Trust will use the $62,180 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 50kW solar PV system at Mitsubishi of Westboro. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
West Brookfield Elementary School89 North Main St
West Brookfield, MA 01585
Project description: West Brookfield Elementary School will use the $114,775 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 104kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Eastern Avenue Holdings, LLC50 Eastern Ave.
Chelsea, MA 02150
Project description: Eastern Avenue Holdings, LLC will use the $162,320 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Warren Community Elementary School51 Schoolhouse Dr
Warren, MA 01083
Project description: Warren Community Elementary School will use the $120,000 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 115kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
NDNE 9/90 Crossing LLC100 Crossing Blvd.
Framingham, MA 01702
Project description: NDNE 9/90 Crossing LLC will use the $114,020 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 103kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Sullivan's Castle Island LLC2080 William J Day Blvd
Boston, MA 02127
Project description: Sullivan's Castle Island LLC will use the $9,225 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 6kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
VFW Parkway Carwash1680 VFW Parkway
Boston, MA 02108
Project description: VFW Parkway Carwash will use the $48,340 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 37kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Nickerson Lumber Company - Main Bldg465 Route 134
Dennis, MA 02638
Project description: Nickerson Lumber Company will use the $47,000 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 35kW solar PV system at the Main Building. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Shady Hill School - Library178 Coolidge HL
Cambridge, MA 02138
Project description: Shady Hill School will use the $45,390 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 33kW solar PV system on their school library. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Princeton Commons: Bldg 21 Technology Dr.
Chelmsford, MA 01824
Project description: Princeton Commons will use the $24,150 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 16kW solar PV system on Building 2. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Nickerson Lumber Company - Bldg 9465 Route 134
Dennis, MA 02638
Project description: Nickerson Lumber will use the $86,560 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 74kW solar PV system on Building 9. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Princeton Commons: PH Henchelm LLC - Bldg 32 Technology Dr.
Chelmsford, MA 01824
Project description: Princeton Commons will use the $39,180 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 27kW solar PV system on Building 3. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Shady Hill School - Gym178 Coolidge HL
Cambridge, MA 02138
Project description: Shady Hill School will use the $101,740 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install an 89kW solar PV system on the school gymnasium. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Princeton Commons: PH Henchelm LLC - Bldg 43 Technology Dr.
Chelmsford, MA 01824
Project description: Princeton Commons will use the $24,150 in stimulus funds a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 16kW solar PV system on Building 4. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Consolidated Marketing Services841 Woburn St.
Wilmington, MA 01887
Project description: Consolidated Marketing Services will use the $136.868 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 149kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
DR-LMP Ames Pond 100-200 LLC100 Ames Pond Drive
Tewksbury, MA 01876
Project description: DR-LMP Ames Pond 100-200 LLC will use the $126,210 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a127kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Jay Cashman Inc.549 South Street
Quincy, MA 02269
Project description: Jay Cashman Inc. will use the $38,500 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 26kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Rapoza Landscaping541 Thomas B Landers Rd
Falmouth, MA 02540
Project description: Rapoza Landscaping will use the $14,400 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 9.6kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Herb Chambers I93 Inc.259 McGrath Highway
Somerville, MA 02143
Project description: Herb Chambers I93 will use the $112,230 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 100kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Massachusetts Audubon Society10 Juniper Road
Belmont, MA 02478
Project description: The Massachusetts Audubon Society will use the $13,800 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 9kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Tick Tock LLC256 Charles Street
Waltham, MA 02453
Project description: Tick Tock LLC will use the $38,950 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 26kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Housing Assistance Corporation - 309 B South Street309 B South St
Barnstable, MA 02630
Project description: Housing Assistance Corporation will use the $10,080 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 7kW solar PV system at their 309B South Street property. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
DR-LMP Ames Pond 100-200 LLC200 Ames Pond Drive
Tewksbury, MA 01876
Project description: 122kW solar PV system awarded $123,565 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Spectrum Lighting994 Jefferson Street
Fall River, MA 02721
Project description: Spectrum Lighting will use the $71,300 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 59kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Massachusetts Audubon Society - Princeton Hay Day Barn113 Goodnow Road
Princeton, MA 01541
Project description: Massachusetts Audubon Society will use the $8,970 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 6kW solar PV system on the Princeton Hay Day Barn. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Massachusetts Audubon Society - Princeton Ground Mounted113 Goodnow Road
Princeton, MA 01541
Project description: Massachusetts Audubon Society will use the $7,590 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 5kW ground-mounted solar PV system in Princeton. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Gandara Center147 Norman St
West Springfield, MA 01089
Project description: The Gandara Center will use the $56,890 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 44kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
60 Lincoln Street
West Bridgewater, MA 02379
Project description: $18,285 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center will help install a 12kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Jet Aviation of America Inc.380 Hanscom Drive
Bedford, MA 01730
Project description: Jet Aviation of America, Inc will use the $118,850 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 113kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Nature's Classroom19 Harrington Road
Charlton, MA 01507
Project description: Nature's Classroom will use the $22,680 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 15kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Mass. Museum of Comtemporary Art - Bldg 687 Marshall Street
North Adams, MA 01247
Project description: The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art will use the $162,260 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
CV Drydock LLC - 23 Drydock23 Drydock Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
Project description: CV Drydock LLC will use the $161,060 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 197kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Massachusetts Audubon Society - Felix Neck100 Felix Neck Drive
Edgartown, MA 02539
Project description: Massachusetts Audubon Society will use the $21,600 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 14kW solar PV system at Felix Neck. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Granlund Realty Trust dba Mainstay Motor Inn2068 Rte 6
Wellfleet, MA 02667
Project description: Granlund Realty Trust will use the $75,290 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 63kW solar PV system at the Mainstay Motor Inn. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Transmed USA Inc31 Progress Ave
Tyngsborough, MA 01879
Project description: Transmed USA Inc will use the $112,320 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 100kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Grey Barn Real Estate Holdings, LLC 122 South Road
Chilmark, MA 02535
Project description: Grey Barn Real Estate Holdings, LLC will use the $39,230 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 27kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
GAR Swansea Liquor Inc568 GAR HWY
Swansea, MA 02777
Project description: GAR Swansea Liquor Inc will use the $41,100 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 29kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
RD Matthews Construction Company, Inc.24 Rockland Street
Hanover, MA 02339
Project description: RF Matthews Construction Company will use the $119,310 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 114kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Peter Central, LLC31 Willow Rd
Ayer, MA 01432
Project description: Peter Central, LLC will use the $118,185 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 111kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
First Taunton Group, Inc.1 Taunton Green
Taunton, MA 02780
Project description: First Taunton Group, Inc. will use the $20,250 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 14kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Correira Auto Body854 Achusnet Ave.
New Bedford, MA 02740
Project description: Correira Auto Body will use the $57,580 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 45kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Russels Garden Center397 Boston Post Rd
Wayland, MA 01778
Project description: Russels Garden Center will use the $37,125 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 25kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Anchor Self-Storage of Mashpee LLC600 Main St
Mashpee, MA 02649
Project description: Anchor Self-Storage of Mashpee will use the $133,000 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 141kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Island Terrace Nursing Home57 Long Point Road
Lakeville, MA 02347
Project description: Island Terrace Nursing Home will use the $52,610 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 40kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Harbor Blue Seafood, Inc. dba Olde Wharf Fish, LLC - Dock Bldg46 Middle Street
Fairhaven, MA 02719
Project description: Harbor Blue Seafood, Inc. will use the $65,105 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 53kW solar PV system on the Dock Building. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
CovidienTwo Ludlow Park Drive
Chicopee, MA 01022
Project description: Covidien will use the $162,320 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Atlantic Capital Investors, Inc. - 3550 Main St3550 Main Street
Springfield, MA 01107
Project description: Atlantic Capital Investors, Inc. will use the $52,290 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 40kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Mainstone Farm83 Old Connecticut Path
Wayland, MA 01778
Project description: Mainstone Farm will use the $47,330 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 35kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
R and P Falmouth Trust689 Gifford Street
Falmouth, MA 02536
Project description: R and P Falmouth Trust will use the $115,005 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 101kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
CV Drydock LLC - 25 Drydock25 Drydock Avenue
Boston, MA 02122
Project description: CV Drydock LLC will use the $161,060 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 197kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Hampshire College - Music and Dance Building893 West Street
Amherst, MA 01002
Project description: Hampshire College will use the $49,760 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 37kW solar PV system on the campus Music and Dance Building. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
4M16 Commerce, LLC16 Commerce Road
Middleborough, MA 02346
Project description: 4M16 Commerce, LLC will use the $162,320 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 200kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
ND Mystic Office Center LLC10 Presidents Lane
Medford, MA 02155
Project description: ND Mystic Office Center LLC will use the $113,675 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 102kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Luke's Market511 Main Street
Yarmouth, MA 02664
Project description: Luke's Market will use the $154,305 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 184kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Edgewood Bogs73 Tremont St
Carver, MA 02330
Project description: Edgewood Bogs will use the $28,350 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 20kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Salesmaster Associates Inc140 Padgette Street
Chicopee, MA 01022
Project description: Salesmaster Associates Inc will use the $97,550 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 85kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Atlantic Capital Investors, Inc. - 3640 Main Street3640 Main St
Springfield, MA 01107
Project description: Atlantic Capital Investors, Inc. will use the $120,805 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 117kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Blount Seafood Corporation630 Currant Road
Fall River, MA 02720
Project description: Blount Seafood Corporation will use the $112,550 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 100kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Aero Manufacturing Corp.100 Sam Fonzo Drive
Beverly, MA 01915
Project description: Grey Barn Real Estate Holdings, LLC will use the $118,360 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 112kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Grey Barn Real Estate Holdings, LLC 322 South Rd.
Chilmark, MA 02535
Project description: Aero Manufacturing Corporation will use the $26,730 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 18kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Coastal Sun Self Storage, LLC490 Main Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Project description: Coastal Sun Self Storage, LLC will use the $158,733 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 192kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Grey Barn Real Estate Holding, LLC 222 South Rd.
Chilmark, MA 02535
Project description: Grey Barn Real Estate Holdings, LLC will use the $39,230 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 27kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Island Terrace Nursing Home - Ground Mount57 Long Point Road
Lakeville, MA 02347
Project description: Island Terrace Nursing Home will use the $72,350 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 60kW ground-mounted solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Bay State School of Technology225 Turnpike Street
Canton, MA 02021
Project description: Bay State School of Technology will use the $100,280 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 88kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Pleasant Bay Village Motor Court550 Training Field Road
Chatham, MA 02633
Project description: Pleasant Bay Village Motor Court will use the $32,130 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 21kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company1295 State Street F335
Springfield, MA 01111
Project description: Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company will use the $118,185 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 111kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Watertown Police Station552 Main Street
Watertown, MA 02472
Project description: The Watertown Police Station will use the $40,920 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 28kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
IBEW Local 223111 Rhode Island Road
Lakeville, MA 02347
Project description: IBEW Local 223 will use the $62,396 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 50kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Mass. Museum of Contemporary Art - Bldg 131 Mass Moca Way
North Adams, MA 01247
Project description: The Massachusetts Museum of Comtemporary Art will use the $78,280 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 66kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Sturbridge Market Realty559 Main St
Sturbridge, MA 01518
Project description: Sturbridge Market Realty will use the $112,320 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 100kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Eaglebrook School - Gymnasium27 Pine Nook Road
Deerfield, MA 01343
Project description: Eaglebrook School will use the $57,380 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 45kW solar PV system on the school gymnasium. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Howland Place LTD651 Orchard St
New Bedford, MA 02744
Project description: Howland Place LTD will use the $141,390 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 158kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Northern Pines Farm60 Kuffies-Point Way
Tisbury, MA 02568
Project description: Northern Pines Farm will use the $72,350 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 60kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Honey Hill Farms, LLC89 Hayden Rowe Street
Hopkinton, MA 01748
Project description: Honey Hill Farms, LLC will use the $49,300 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 37kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Atlas Historic Development, LLC88 Gerrish Ave.
Chelsea, MA 02150
Project description: Atlas Historic Development, LLC will use the $56,660 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 44kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
4M 6 Resnick6 resnick
Plymouth, MA 02345
Project description: 4M 6 Resnick will use the $112,540 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 100kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
IBEW Local 103256 Freeport Street
Boston, MA 02122
Project description: IBEW Local 103 will use the $148,040 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 171kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
The Governor's Academy - Alumni Gymnasium1 Elm Street
Newbury, MA 01922
Project description: The Governor's Academy will use the $45,610 in stimulus funds awarded as a solar rebate by the Mass. Clean Energy Center to install a 33kW solar PV system. This installation is part of a state effort to install 8 MW of solar capacity across the Commonwealth, using $8 million in stimulus funding to leverage $32 million of additional capital.
Town of Amherst, MA 01002
Project description: The town of Amherst will use the $162,000 in stimulus grant funds to pay for energy efficiency retrofits at the local elementary school and at the wastewater treatment plant.
Town of Arlington, MA 02474
Project description: The town of Arlington will use the $157,700 in stimulus grant funds to replace the main heating boiler at Arlington High School.
City of Attleboro, MA 02703
Project description: The city of Attleboro will use the $179,600 in stimulus grant funds to develop and implement an energy efficiency and conservation plan.
Town of Barnstable, MA 02630
Project description: The town of Barnstable will use the $202,400 in stimulus grant funds to pay for high-performance windows in the Town Hall, and to establish a town energy office with a part-time coordinator.
City of Beverly, MA 01915
Project description: The city of Beverly will use the $169,600 in stimulus grant funds to install a 106kW solar PV system on the roof of the local high school.
Town of Billerica, MA 01821
Project description: The town of Billerica will use the $180,200 in stimulus grant funds to identify and implement energy efficiency strategies at the wastewater treatment plant.
City of Boston, MA 02114
Project description: The city of Boston will use the $6,506,200 in stimulus grant funds to pay for the installation of LED traffic lights and to fund a multi-family energy efficiency grant program, a residential solar program, a small business energy efficiency incentive program, and an effort to archive building retrofits.
City of Brockton, MA 02301
Project description: The city of Brockton will use the $865,000 in stimulus grant funds to develop and implement an energy efficiency and conservation plan, as well as implement energy conservation measures at multiple municipal buildings.
Town of Brookline, MA 02445
Project description: The town of Brookline will use the $494,400 in stimulus grant funds to pay for municipal building improvements, an LED street light pilot program, a residential/commercial energy efficiency program, and to fund a communications program.
City of Cambridge, MA 02138
Project description: The city of Cambridge will use the $1,139,400 in stimulus grant funds to pay for improvements to municipal buildings, to fund a community energy efficiency campaign with incentives, and to install bicycle racks around town.
City of Chelsea, MA 02150
Project description: The city of Chelsea will use the $164,000 in stimulus grant funds to pay for a boiler replacement at Chelsea City Hall and to upgradestreet lights in the downtown.
City of Chicopee, MA 01013
Project description: The city of Chicopee will use the $499,100 in stimulus grant funds to pay for boiler replacements at Chicopee City Hall and the town library, and to install efficient street lights in the downtown.
City of Everett, MA 02149
Project description: The city of Everett used the $149,300 in stimulus grant funds to purchase and install Big Belly solar trash compactors.
City of Fall River, MA 02721
Project description: The city of Fall River will use the $861,300 in stimlus grant funds to develop and implement an energy efficiency and conservation plan at a variety of public buildings and schools.
City of Fitchburg, MA 01420
Project description: The city of Fitchburg will use the $168,000 in stimulus grant funds to develop and implement an energy efficiency and conservation plan.
Town of Framingham, MA 01702
Project description: The town of Framingham will use the $657,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace the windows in the Memorial Building and to install solar PV on the Babieri Building.
City of Haverhill, MA 01830
Project description: The city of Haverhill will use the $542,700 in stimulus grant funds to identify building retrofit opportunities and to implement these suggestions.
City of Holyoke, MA 01040
Project description: The city of Holyoke will use the $175,700 in stimulus grant funds to development an energy efficiency and conservation plan, and to install high-efficiency gas boilers in a number of municipal buildings.
City of Lawrence, MA 01840
Project description: The city of Lawrence will use the $651,300 in stimulus grant funds to develop an energy efficiency and conservation plan and to implement those opportunities identified in this plan.
Town of Leominster, MA 01453
Project description: The city of Leominster will use the $175,500 in stimulus grant funds to transition the Leominster City Hall and Veterans' Center heating systems from oil to natural gas, and to install new chillers in City Hall.
City of Lowell, MA 01852
Project description: The city of Lowell will use the $954,700 in stimulus grant funds to pay for energy efficiency retrofits, the creation of an efficiency financial incentive program, and the installation of solar PV on Lowell Memorial Auditorium.
City of Lynn, MA 01902
Project description: The city of Lynn will use the $788,100 in stimulus grant funds to convert nine schools from gas to oil heat, and to install improved building controls.
City of Malden, MA 02148
Project description: The city of Malden will use the $501,500 in stimulus grant funds to pay for the installation of a solar array and wind turbine at Malden High School.
City of Methuen, MA 01844
Project description: The city of Methuen will use the $179,200 in stimulus grant funds to hire a regional energy coordinator, implement single streat recycling, and help finance building retrofits.
City of Marlborough, MA 01752
Project description: The city of Marlborough will use the $178,000 in stimulus grant funds to replace existing lighting with high-efficiency systems and motion sensors at four school buildings representing 660,000 sq ft of space.
City of Medford, MA 02155
Project description: The city of Medford will use the $504,000 in stimulus grant funds to upgrade mechnical and lighting systems in five schools, and to hire a municipal energy coordinator.
City of New Bedford, MA 02740
Project description: The city of New Bedford will use the $869,300 in stimulus grant funds to create an energy office, develop an energy efficiency and conservation plan, and implement building retrofits.
City of Newton, MA 02460
Project description: The city of Newton will use the $799,600 in stimulus funds to help finance an energy-savings performance contract that gurantees energy use reductions at a number of city facilities.
City of Peabody, MA 01960
Project description: The city of Peabody will use the $494,200 in stimulus grant funds to pay for building retrofits at the Peabody Institute Library.
City of Pittsfield, MA 01201
Project description: The city of Pittsfield used the $189,100 in stimulus grant funds to retrofit the town schools, install an energy management system at the Froio Senior Center, and replace heaters at Pittsfield City Hall.
Town of Plymouth, MA 02360
Project description: The town of Plymouth will use the $514,300 in stimulus grant funds to develop an energy efficiency and conservation plan, and to implement some of the recommnedations that come out of this plan.
City of Quincy, MA 02169
Project description: The city of Quincy will use the $881,200 in stimulus grant funds to hire an energy manager, train building inspectors, and retrofit the Head Start building.
City of Revere, MA 02151
Project description: The city of Revere will use the $485,500 in stimulus grant funds to pay for the retrofit of the Beachmont School.
City of Salem, MA 01970
Project description: The city of Salem will use the $174,300 in stimulus grant funds to develop an energy efficiency and conservation plan, and to study the potential for wind power on Winter Island.
City of Somerville, MA 02144
Project description: The city of Somerville will use the $651,100 in stimulus grant funds for a residential energy efficiency program, the financing of a solar PV system, and for a heat recovery system at Winter High School.
City of Springfield, MA 01105
Project description: The city of Springfield will use the $1,498,200 in stimulus grant funds to pay for the replacement of boilers in six city buildings, the installation of an energy management system at three city buildings, and the installation of solar panels on the city fire station.
City of Taunton, MA 02780
Project description: The city of Taunton will use the $519,600 in stimulus grant funds to pay for lighting retrofits and a new natural gas heating system at the Martin School, and to finance a solar PV installation.
City of Waltham, MA 02452
Project description: The city of Waltham will use the $630,500 in stimulus grant funds to pay for the installation of a solar PV system at the Municipal Center.
City of Westfield, MA 01085
Project description: The city of Westfield will use the $170,300 in stimulus grant funds to pay for energy efficiency upgrades in the city's school buildings.
Town of Weymouth, MA 02189
Project description: The town of Weymouth will use the $485,800 in stimulus grant funds to develop an energy efficiency and conservation plan, implement identified efficiency measures, and retrofit lighting systems in municipal and school buildings.
City of Woburn, MA 01801
Project description: The city of Woburn will use the $174,600 in stimulus grant funds to pay for energy efficiency measures at the town police station.
City of Worcester, MA 01604
Project description: The city of Worcester will use the $1,733,000 in stimulus grant funds to install a chiller at the town skating rink and at City Hall, to install a small-scale wind turbine in City Hall plaza, to install a 250kW solar PV array, and to install a high efficiency refrigeration systems at the Technical High School.
Swansea Desalination Water Treatment Facility240 Vinnicum Road
Swansea, MA 02777
Project description: The Swansea Dealination Water Treatment Facility will use $64,240 in stimulus funds to install a 77.2kW solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Barnstable Wastewater Treatment Plant176 Bearses Way
Hyannis, MA 02601
Project description: The Barnstable Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $3,997,143 in stimulus funds to intall an 831.5kW solar PV system on site. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Barnstable Wastewater Treatment Plant160 Bearses Way
Hyannis, MA 02601
Project description: The Barnstable Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $1,378,500 in stimulus funds to install two 100kw wind turbines on site.
Barnstable Wastewater Treatment Plant190 Bearses Way
Hyannis, MA 02601
Project description: The Barnstable Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $78,320 in stimulus funds for energy efficiency upgrades at the plant.
Charles River Pollution Control District66 Village Street
Medway, MA 02053
Project description: The Charles River Pollution Control District will use $847,583 to install a 20kW solar PV system and invest in energy efficiency upgrades. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Charles River Pollution Control District Plant76 Village Street
Medway, MA 02053
Project description: The Charles River Pollution Control District will use $847,583 to purchase two new high-efficiency aeration blowers and install a 20kW solar PV system.
Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment Plant5 Arsene St
Fairhaven, MA 02719
Project description: The Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $7,228,290 in stimulus funds to install one 110 kW reciprocating engine fired by digester gas.
Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment Plant10 Arsene St.
Fairhaven, MA 02719
Project description: The Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $538,548 to install three solar PV systems totaling 102.71kW. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment West Island Plant140 Fir St
Fairhaven, MA 02719
Project description: The Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $538,548 to install three solar PV systems totaling 102.71kW. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Falmouth Wastewater Treatment Plant154 Blacksmith Shop Road
Falmouth, MA 02540
Project description: The Falmouth Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $4,546,500 in stimulus funds to install one 1500kW wind turbine.
Greater Lawrence Sanitary District240 Charles Street
North Andover, MA 01845
Project description: The Greater Lawrence Sanitary District will use $2,150,581 in stimulus funds to install two ground-mounted solar PV systems totaling 415.8kW and to invest in energy efficiency upgrades at the site. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Greater Lawrence Sanitary District240 Charles Street
North Andover, MA 01845
Project description: The Greater Lawrence Sanitary District will use $2,563,032 in stimulus funds to install new boilers, new dissolved oxygen controls, heating/ventilation systems, and temperature controls to increase the energy efficiency of the site. These funds will also partially pay for the installation of 415.8kW in solar PV.
Lowell Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant451 First Street Blvd
Lowell, MA 01850
Project description: The Lowell Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $4,666,880 in stimulus funds to install a 48kW solar PV system and invest in energy efficiency measures at the site. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Lowell Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant460 First Street Blvd
Lowell, MA 01850
Project description: The Lowell Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $4,666,880 in stimulus funds to upgrade the aeration system and install five green roofs representing 15,000 square feet of space. One green roof is currently complete; the other four will be constructed next year. The stimulus funds will also help pay for the installation of a 48kW solar PV system.
Pittsfield Wastewater Treatment Plant901 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Project description: The Pittsfield Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $8,571,216 in stimulus funds to install a 1000 to 1500kW solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Pittsfield Wastewater Treatment Plant910 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Project description: The Pittsfield Wastewater Treatment Plant will use the $2,976,956 in stimulus funds to upgrade to a more energy-efficient aeration system.
Pittsfield Wastewater Treatment Plant920 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Project description: The Pittsfield Wastewater Treatment Plant will use $2,193,450 in stimulus funds to install three 65kW microturbines fed by digester gas.
Upper Blackstone Water Pollution Abatement District50 Route 20
Millbury, MA 01527
Project description: The Upper Blackstone Water Pollution Abatement District will use $3,041,039 in stimulus funds to install a 293kW ground-mounted solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Ashland Department of Public Works20 Ponderosa Road
Ashland, MA
Project description: The Ashland Department of Public Works will use $210,348 in stimulus funds to intall a 24.6kW solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Ashland Water Treatment PlantHowe Street
Ashland, MA
Project description: The Ashland Water Treatment Plant will use $154,000 to install new energy-efficiency equipment (11 variable-frequency drives) on site.
Chelmsford Water District Crooked Spring Water Treatment PlantNorth Chelmsford, MA 01863
Project description: The Chelmsford Water District Crooked Spring Water Treatment Plant used $2,926,982 in stimulus funds to install a 485.1kW ground-mounted solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Easton Pump Station320 Washington St
North Easton, MA 02375
Project description: The Easton Pump Station used $319,608 in stimulus funds to install a 49.61 kW ground-mounted solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Falmouth Crooked Pond Water Treatment PlantTwin Oaks Drive
East Falmouth, MA
Project description: The Falmouth Crooked Pond Water Treatment Plant used $105,000 in stimulus funds to install a 16.4kW solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Lee Water Treatment Plant20 Reservoir Rd
Lee, MA 01238
Project description: The Lee Water Treatment Plant will use $721,466 in stimulus funds to upgrade existing hydroelectric turbines for greater output, as well as install solar PV and increase on-site energy efficiency.
Lee Water Treatment Plant1 Reservoir Rd
Lee, MA 01238
Project description: The Lee Water Treatment Plant will use $721,466 in stimulus funds to install a 30kW solar PV system, as well as increase hydropwer capabilities and energy efficiency on-site. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Lee Water Treatment Plant10 Reservoir Rd
Lee, MA 01238
Project description: The Lee Water Treatment Plant will has used $721,466 to upgrade lights from mercury to fluorescent bulbs and upgrade other equipement with more efficient models. The site is also using the funds to increase hydropower output and install a 30kW solar PV system.
John Carroll Water Treatment Plant84 D'Angelo Drive
Marlborough, MA 01754
Project description: The John Carroll Water Treatment Plant used $2,187,414 to install a 496kW ground-mount solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Deer IslandWinthrop, MA 02152
Project description: The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority used $735,000 to install a 180kW solar PV system at their Deer Island wastewater treatment facility. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
DeLauri Pump Station172 Alford St
Charlestown, MA 02129
Project description: The DeLauri Pump Station will use $4,750,000 in stimulus funds to install a 1500 kW wind turbine.
Loring Road HydropowerLoring Road
Weston, MA
Project description: The Loring Road Hydropower site will use $1,525,000 in stimulus funds to install a 200kW hydroelectric turbine.
New Bedford Quittacus Water Treatment Plant1 Negus Way
East Freetown, MA 02717
Project description: The New Bedford Quittacus Water Treatment Plant will use $400,000 in stimulus funds to install a 91.35kW ground-mounted solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
New Bedford Quittacus Water Treatment Plant10 Negus Way
East Freetown, MA 02717
Project description: The New Bedford Quittacus Water Treatment Plant will use $206,106 in stimulus funds to install two new efficient boilers and one new hot water tank.
New Bedford Quittacus Water Treatment Plant20 Negus Way
East Freetown, MA 02717
Project description: The New Bedford Quittacus Water Treatment Plant will use $1,700,000, leveraging $1,431,709 in outside funds, to install new windows and a roof at the site.
Townsend Water, Harbor Trace Pump Station1 Harbor Trace Road
Townsend, MA 01469
Project description: The Townsend Water, Harbor Trace Pump Station used $252,000 in stimulus funds to install a 39.27kW ground-mounted solar PV system. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Townsend Water, Witch's Brook Pump Station20 Harbor Trace Road
Townsend, MA 01469
Project description: The Townsend Water, Witch's Brook Pump Station used $18,700 to install new energy efficient motors on site.
Worcester Water Treatment Plant71 Stonehouse Hill Road
Holden, MA 01520
Project description: The Worcester Water Treatment Plant used $1,173,684 in stimulus funds to install one 60kW roof array and one 60kW ground-mounted array. This project is part of a larger stimulus-enabled effort that will install 4.6MW of solar PV at water and wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth.
Worcester Water Treatment Plant81 Stonehouse Hill Road
Holden, MA 01520
Project description: The Worcester Water Treatment Plant used $32,750 in stimulus funds for temperature control improvements that will increase on-site energy efficiency.
Newburyport Wastewater Treatment Plant157 Water St
Newburyport, MA 01950
Project description: The Newburyport Wastewater Treatment Plant will use the $3,055,000 in stimulus funds to upgrade the facility aeration system, construct a LEED-rated building, and complete a variety of plant improvements.
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