MA = national leader in green energy

By Robert Culver
September 10, 2009
DRIVEN by Governor Deval Patrick’s energy policies and fueled by private
innovation, Massachusetts is rapidly becoming a national leader in the
production of green energy from alternative sources such as wind turbines and
solar panels.

But generating sustainable green energy is only half the equation - the
supply side. The best minds in Massachusetts in architecture, engineering, and
construction are now focusing on demand. In particular, that means creating
homes, schools, and office buildings that do not need to use power from the grid
or that produce the energy they require from renewable sources.

Read the full article in the Boston Globe here