Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The agreement between the Town of Framingham and Framingham-based Ameresco Inc. could save the town hundreds of thousands in energy costs.
The Town of Framingham signed an agreement with a Framingham-based energy services company, taking advantage of a regional contract that could save millions of dollars through energy efficiency and renewable energy investments. The Town fo Framingham signed an agreement with Ameresco, Inc. to audit and assess all town-owned facilities to discover all potential opportunities for energy and water conservation and cost savings, as well as renewable energy generation. Framingham will work with Ameresco to choose specific projects from this comprehensive list of energy efficiency and renewable measures. The town will then enter into an energy savings performance contract with Ameresco for these selected projects. “As a Massachusetts-based …
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
By partnering with Ameresco, Lowell was able to replace outdated equipment and aging municipal infrastructure, lower utility costs and partially fund a City energy manager position, all on a budget-neutral basis without any upfront capital investment.
Framingham-based Ameresco and the City of Lowell Leaders held a ceremony to recognize the completion of upgrades to 47 municipal buildings, expected to save Lowell over $1.5 million in energy costs annually. As part of a ribbon-cutting event hosted at Lowell City Hall, Ameresco executives recognized the economic and environmental benefits of the $21.1 million energy savings performance contract with Massachusetts State Sen. Eileen Donoghue (D-Lowell), Massachusetts Director of the Green Communities Division Meg Lusardi, Lowell Mayor Patrick Ó. Murphy and City Manager Bernard F. Lynch, as well as state officials and members of the Lowell City Council. All told, the city-wide infrastructure upgrade and energy efficiency project, which …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Selectmen agreed to a plan to name a corner of the Callahan Center to Evelyn Langley and 5 other things you missed at Tuesday's Selectmen's meeting.
A portion of the Richard Callahan Senior Center will soon be named for one of its longtime volunteers. Framingham Selectmen agreed to a plan to name a corner of the Callahan Center’s office space for Evelyn Langley, a 30-year volunteer who recently curtailed her work at the center. Parks & Recreation Director Bob Merusi read a proclamation at Tuesday's Selectmen's meeting and requested permission to name the corner office space Evelyn’s Corner. “She expertly managed the Heritage Gallery Consignment Shop for the Friends of Callahan as well as a number of community projects. Some of the projects include the Foster Children’s Project and a volunteer knitting program that crocheted and knitted hats and blankets for preemie babies and babies …
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Framingham-based Ameresco strengthens its North American footprint with southwest expansion and continues commitment to providing comprehensive energy solutions
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Press Release from Ameresco, Inc.: Framingham-based Ameresco, Inc. announced yesterday that it has acquired APS Energy Services Company, Inc. from Pinnacle West Capital Corporation. APS Energy Services, headquartered in Tempe, AZ, is a full-service company that provides integrated energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions for a variety of institutional customers, including state and local governments, school districts and universities. “As a leading Southwest energy services provider with strong leadership supported by seasoned professionals, APS Energy Services adds substantial bench strength to the Ameresco team and is a great addition to our family,” said George P. Sakellaris, president and chief executive officer of Ameresco. “…
Friday, July 15, 2011
Ameresco purchased Applied Energy Group, a privately held New York company, which provides energy efficiency and demand side management consulting services.
Friday, July 15, 2011
Ameresco, a leading energy efficiency and renewable energy company, announced today, July 15 it has acquired Applied Energy Group a privately held company providing energy efficiency and demand side management consulting services. Applied Energy Group (AEG), headquartered in Islandia, NY, currently serves utilities and government agencies in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and other regions. Ameresco is headquarted in Framingham. In addition to designing, managing and evaluating energy efficiency programs, Applied Energy Group also provides business operations and regulatory support, renewable energy programs, energy management and information technology solutions. "AEG is a premier consulting company with a solid record of proven …