Solar farm shines a light on sustainability, growth and renewal

There’s a well-known saying that goes, “The optimist says the glass is half full. The pessimist says the glass is half empty.” Applying that rationale to an abandoned and fire-damaged former paper manufacturing facility located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, the pessimist might call for the structure to be demolished. Our leaders looked at the building, however, […]

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Solar, Wind, CHP

Solar, Wind, CHP The Railroad Bridge along the Cape Cod Canal in Southeastern Massachusetts stands as an iconic reminder of American ingenuity and a benchmark for travelers to the summer destination peninsula. While that landmark has stood for more than 75 years, travelers have become used to another towering presence at the western-most point of […]

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Backlash against coal-fired power plants opens the door for Cogeneration

The soon-to-commence eradication of coal-fired power plants, responsible for maintaining base-load and peaking electricity generation capacities of an estimated 34 GW in the United States alone, has caused worry among energy analysts who foresee repeated failures and higher costs once conversion to renewable energy alternatives takes full effect. According to President Davis Swan of Debarel […]

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