Participant Profile | Inovis Energy

Inovis Energy, based in Rockland, Massachusetts, provides energy efficiency and electric vehicle (EV) charging station solutions in the Commonwealth, and currently serves many industries such as healthcare, education, retail, municipal, grocery, airport, and casinos. With a vision to reduce CO2 emissions and cut energy costs, Inovis focuses on implementing cost-effective sustainable solutions in an innovative way […]

Participant Profile | UMass Chan Medical School

The UMass Chan Medical School has campuses located in Worcester, is one of five campuses of the University of Massachusetts. It’s an industry leader in innovation within education, research, healthcare delivery, and public service. UMass Chan is continually looking for ways to grow and expand science and clinical research while improving its environmental impact. One […]

Participant Profile | Freewire

FreeWire Technologies ultrafast electric vehicle (EV) charging and power solutions are accelerating the transition to electrified transportation. Their EV charging solutions enable customers to deliver energy to meet the demand for charging anywhere. Compared to conventional EV charging solutions, their products can be installed for a fraction of time and money. This is made possible […]

Participant Profile | City of Boston

The City of Boston has implemented electric vehicles (EVs) into the City’s sustainability efforts by supporting widespread adoption, ensuring convenient and affordable access to charging, and electrifying their municipal fleet. Their Zero-Emission Vehicle Roadmap is an action plan that looks at the different barriers and benefits to EVs and lays out specific goals and the […]

Participant Profile | City of Melrose

The City of Melrose is located seven miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, with a population of 29,000 people. The City has long been committed to sustainability goals and was one of the first cities in the Commonwealth to be designated as a ‘Green Community’ in 2010. One of Melrose’s key areas of focus is electric […]

Participant Profile | Worcester State University

The liberal arts and science university, Worcester State University (WSU), has developed a long history of education while practicing global awareness to reach various sustainability goals to “go green” in Massachusetts. WSU’s Climate Action Plan is focused on managing the impacts of society on the environment, strategizes ways of reaching carbon neutrality, and emphasizes various […]

Participant Profile | Milford Nissan

Milford Nissan is a family-owned and operated automotive dealership located in Milford, Massachusetts near Route 495. Pioneering a highly informed, consultative approach to electric vehicle (EVs) sales, leasing, and EV Service a decade ago, Milford Nissan has provided over 370 new and pre-owned EVs to the public and has been ranked in Nissan USA’s top tier […]

Participant Profile | Good2Go

Good2Go, LLC operates a community-based, income-tiered, electric vehicle carsharing program in Massachusetts. The program allows their members to rent an electric vehicle (EV) on a short-term basis and includes car rental, vehicle insurance and no-cost charging. Good2Go provides individuals of all income levels access to convenient and clean transportation, without the upfront and ongoing costs […]

Participant Profile | Ottertail

Otter Tail Power Company is an investor-owned electric utility that provides electricity and energy services for residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The company safely powers its communities with reliable, affordable electricity while offering rates among the lowest in the nation – all while creating a stronger, smarter energy grid […]

Participant Profile | Winchester

The Town of Winchester, located north of Boston, Massachusetts, has an extensive history being a “green” community. In 2006, Winchester began taking significant steps to reduce its energy use, starting with creation of an Energy Management Committee focused on finding ways to make town buildings more efficient. Winchester became a state-designated Green Community in 2010 […]

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