Bostonians are passionate about taking action to prevent the severe climate change, and one very important way to do so is by choosing renewable energy sources.
There are several cost-effective options in Boston for energy sustainability that achieve real results.
The city of New Bedford says it will install solar panels on municipal properties as part of an initiative it says will eventually generate enough power to run 1,500 homes.
The Energy Department’s Solar Decathlon features full-sized homes built on the National Mall in Washington.
Carver residents fear the green light for green energy will change their neighborhoods forever.
The town of Winchester is one of just four Mass. communities involved in a new program that makes solar affordable.
Todd Gutner sat down with Gov. Deval Patrick to talk about the importance of renewable energy to the Massachusetts economy.
Using a clear film on windows, professors at MIT have come up with a more cost-effective way to generate electricity which could revolutionize the way we gather the sun’s energy.