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CALC Engages Business Community

HEET worked together with the Massachusetts-wide Climate Action Liaison Coalition to drive outreach and engage businesses in participation for the Race to…

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Summer Brings a Wealth of Talent and Enthusiasm to HEET – Welcome our New Interns!

This summer, we are proud to welcome 3 new interns to the Home Energy Efficiency Team: Mackenzie Doss, Mike Katz, and Casey…

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HEET is Now Officially a 501(c)(3)!

After 18 long months of waiting, HEET is now a 501(c)(3) and we have become a federally recognized nonprofit. This…

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Intern Perspectives: Dylan Ayers Reflects on his Experience Working with HEET

Dylan Ayers joined HEET in the beginning of 2014 through Northeastern's Cooperative Education and Career Development Program (Co-op), bringing his…

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WegoWise Helps Measure Race to Solar’s Success

HEET partnered with Boston-based utility intelligence provider WegoWise to ensure that Race to Solar participants understand the program's benefits to…

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Behind the Scenes of Methane Mapping: An Interview with Bob Ackley, Natural Gas Expert and HEET Volunteer

The Squeaky Leaks program is on the move!  Bob Ackley, natural gas leak mapping guru and HEET volunteer, has started…

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Gas leaks legislation in final stages

As HEET prepares to launch its Squeaky Leak project, state energy policy is rapidly evolving. The Massachusetts legislature has recently passed two…

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Race to Solar

The Race to Solar program has been launched today with an announcement by Mayor Martin J. Walsh of Boston and Mayor David P. Maher…

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HEET’s Honest Book

If snow melts off your roof unevenly like in this photo --or God for bid your roof never has any…

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Squeaky Leak

Did you know natural gas leaks from pipes under our streets emit more greenhouse gasses than all of Massachusetts' efficiency…

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