Updates

Eversource Gas breaks ground on first networked geothermal installation

Framingham, Massachusetts is the site of the first gas-utility-run networked geothermal system, ever! Once complete, this network of water-filled pipes,…

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HEET Co-Executive Director gives a TED Talk—and invites a gas utility president on stage 

A few months ago, HEET Co-Executive Director Zeyneb Magavi was asked to give a TEDxBoston Talk as part of a…

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We’re hiring!

Want to join our team? We’re hiring to fill two new positions: Project Manager and Grants Manager. Read the full descriptions…

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Meet HEET’s newest team members

Rachel DeFronzo Wheeler, Executive Assistant and Logistics Director Tell us about what you do at HEET.   I’m the Executive Assistance…

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A conversation with Cary Smith: A founding innovator of networked geothermal

Cary Smith, owner of Sound Geothermal Corporation and a principal with the Grey Edge Group, has designed countless geothermal systems…

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Weatherizing for the winter 

HEET team members worked together with Harvard Kennedy School of Government students to insulate an attic at First Church Nazarene…

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Fixing super-emitting gas leaks: Shared Action Plan Update

Each year since 2017, HEET has tracked the progress of gas utilities in finding and fixing gas leaks with the…

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Introducing the Falcon Curve

Sometimes, you need to define a challenge in order to communicate how you are solving it.  To reach carbon reduction…

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Unlocking the clean energy beneath our feet

HEET Press ReleaseContact: Carrie Klein, Communications Director, carrie.klein@heet.org In Framingham, Massachusetts, two University of California Berkeley scientists, a New Hampshire…

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Home is Where the Pipeline Ends

New research by HEET, Harvard, and PSE Health Energy finds chemical contamination in natural gas delivered to homes. Read the study…

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