Solar energy sources

PV solar power - Era-Energy has started to present local, national and global companies developing, exploring and promoting renewable energy sources. More »

The Earth energy and the beauty

The Earth energy sources - Earth’s energy comes from the original formation of the planet and from radioactive decay of minerals. The geothermal gradient, which is the difference in temperature between the core of the planet and its surface, drives a continuous conduction of thermal energy in the form of heat from the core to the surface. More »

The power of the water

Hydropower, hydroelectric power or water power is power that is derived from the force or energy of flowing or falling water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes. More »

The power of the wind

The wind power is the ability of air movement to do work. Today, wind energy turbines are used mainly for production of electricity. It is a clean and renewable energy source that can produce enough electricity to power huge areas. More »

The invisible power

The energy of the wind is invisible and so powerful that has allowed humans to exploit the surface of the planet long before the discovering of electricity. More »

 

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Massachusetts Renewable energy

Here are listed many of the developers, installers and other companies exploring and promoting renewable energy sources in the state of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) – https://www.masscec.com/ – The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is a state economic development agency dedicated to accelerating the growth of the clean energy sector across the Commonwealth to spur job creation, deliver statewide environmental benefits and to secure long-term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts. MassCEC works to increase the adoption of clean energy while driving down costs and delivering financial, environmental, and economic development benefits to energy users and utility customers across the state.

Kearsarge Energy – https://www.kearsargeenergy.com/ – Kearsarge Energy is a full-service renewable energy project development, finance and holding company, with a mission to build a more sustainable world and to provide superior returns to all project stakeholders, including the communities in which company works. Founded in 2009, Kearsarge has developed and financed more than 60 MW and $180 million of solar PV projects and is rapidly growing its business in select markets across the U.S. Kearsarge Hydro & Wind (“KHW”) acquires existing small and mid-sized (up to 25MW) hydroelectric projects throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic region. Kearsarge Public-Private Partnerships (“KPPP”) works closely with governmental entities, non-profits, private companies, and private landowners in order to facilitate timely financing, permitting, community acceptance and resolution of all regulatory issues in developing various kinds of renewable energy projects, including hydroelectric facilities, wind farms, biogas and biomass projects. Kearsarge AD (“KAD”) is developing utility-scale 1 to 5 MW anaerobic digesters at multiple sites across New England.

Boston Solar – https://www.bostonsolar.us/ – Boston Solar is the #1 residential solar contractor based in Massachusetts, with more than 4,800 installations in 10 years. Boston Solar team members are proud to power Massachusetts, a state that continues to lead the nation in solar installations. Boston Solar provides superior products, exceptional customer service, and the highest quality workmanship. Boston Solar offers residential and commercial installations across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts including cities and towns on the south shore, north shore, metro west, central mass, greater Boston, south coast, and parts of cape cod (up to Hyannis). Boston Solar is dedicated to helping customers save money while improving the environment and supporting our local community.

Mass Renewables Inc. – https://www.massrenewables.net/ – Be independent, save money, and lower your carbon footprint. Mass Renewables’ goal is to provide the local community and beyond with a sustainable source of residential and commercial energy. The team believes in thinking globally, acting locally, and making the world a better place to live. Mass Renewables Inc. is a full-service Solar PV installation company. It is a family owned company that has been in business since 2009. Mass Renewables offers their customers innovative system designs that best fit their individual needs. Mass Renewables Inc. is rated the #1 solar company in Massachusetts.




ReVision Energy – https://www.revisionenergy.com/ – ReVision Energy is a full service renewable energy contracting company that provides a full range of engineering, design, installation and equipment service for homes, businesses, municipal buildings and nonprofits. ReVision Energy is fortunate to have an outstanding team of committed people creating success. ReVision Energy is the first solar company in the country to launch a dedicated and state-certified electrical training program, including an apprenticeship program.

Nexamp Inc. – https://www.nexamp.com/ – Founded in 2007 by two U.S Army veterans, Nexamp has been pursuing its mission for over a decade – to build the future of energy so that it is clean, simple, and accessible. Today, Nexamp is a leader in the clean energy space, offering solar and energy storage solutions. The team’s vertically integrated model is a strength and differentiator for Nexamp. Company owns and operates all of its solar storage projects and manage every stage of the process: financing, project development and acquisition, design, construction, operations and maintenance, and energy sales.

Quaise Inc. – https://www.quaise.energy/ – Welcome to Quaise. Quaise is unlocking supercritical geothermal energy everywhere and developing the enabling technologies to unlock this energy source on a global scale. Drilling technologies to reach down to 20 km below the surface and place this energy source within the reach of all humanity. Reservoir technologies to safely and predictably release this energy with the power densities of fossil fuels. Scalable to 30 terawatts by 2050 to eradicate energy poverty throughout the world. Without emissions to stabilize our atmosphere and the worsening effects of global warming. More robust to fires, floods, droughts, and hurricanes. More efficient in land use to preserve the unbuilt natural space. Less reliant on transmission infrastructure and geopolitically sensitive fuels. Accessible to all to ensure energy security for every nation on the planet.