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If you are a utility company, industry association, foundation, or government agency, we can help you develop and provide clean energy and waste reduction solutions to your customers/stakeholders.

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See Our Current Programs and Clients

The Center for EcoTechnology helps people
and businesses save energy and reduce waste.

Clean Energy

  • Energy modeling
  • Building code analysis
  • Building code training
  • Assessments and certifications including:
    • Passive House
    • Zero Energy
    • LEED
    • BPI
  • Energy assessments
  • Energy action plans
  • Guidance through utility, state, and federal grant, incentive, and rebate applications
  • Coordinated design and installation services
  • Training
  • Referrals
  • Job specifying
  • Contractor arranging and oversight
  • Quality assurance

Waste Reduction

  • Wasted food
  • Construction and demolition waste
  • Zero waste planning
  • Management of all other recycling streams

We have been a regional leader in food waste reduction and diversion for over 20 years, implementing some of the first food waste composting programs in the country and creating and operating an award-winning food waste reduction effort in Massachusetts. We have expanded these efforts into the Northeast and are advising on other state and local policy and programs nationally.

  • Hands-on training
  • Hands-on, email and telephone technical assistance
  • Waste reduction and recycling program design and implementation
  • Referrals to the most appropriate of our hundreds of solution providers
  • Helpful industry/government resources including:
    • Case studies (video and print)
    • Best Management Practice documents
    • How-to guides
    • Advice on policy and program design
  • EcoBuilding Bargains accepts donations of quality home improvement materials and sells them to the public at discounted prices.
  • The store helps New England homeowners prevent perfectly good building materials from going to the landfill, and makes home improvement more affordable for more people.

Customer Engagement

  • Drives participation
  • Achieves ambitious program and policy goals
  • Friendly and helpful
  • Technical expertise and objectivity
  • Mission-driven nonprofit community presence
  • Sales
    • Referral networks
    • Telephone
    • Door to door
  • Marketing
    • Website creation and administration
    • Social media and email campaigns
    • Public and media relations
    • Online, print and video content creation
    • Advertising
    • Direct mail
  • Outreach and education
    • Staffed displays at community or corporate events
    • Educational workshops and webinars
    • Conference and meeting presentations

We then assist customers all the way through decision making and project implementation, while navigating complex incentive offerings and regulatory requirements.