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An Interview with Ana Maria (Ania) Camargo

Ania Camargo is a board member of HEET, one of the founders and coordinators of the Gas Leaks Allies, and…

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Who Are the Gas Leaks Allies?

Claire Gambrill is HEET’s Summer Energy & Environment intern In the middle of the day, the room is packed with…

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The Big One That Almost Got Away

We knew the leak was a big one. National Grid told us they thought it was a high volume gas…

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Pulled out of Paris? Working harder for renewables.

My job involves a lot of time on the phone with solar contractors around the country, guiding them through the…

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FINDING THE BIGGEST LEAKS

At 8 a.m., Marsden Street in Springfield was already a sea of yellow vests and hard hats. Trouble? Not at…

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Join HEET in fixing the leaks!

The natural gas we use to heat our homes and businesses is sent to our buildings through pipes under the…

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LOOK UP! Hope for solar energy and our climate

[caption id="attachment_5313" align="alignright" width="300"] St. Bart's in Central Square gets solar because of HEET and SunBug.[/caption] Last week I attended…

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Help for Energy Hogs: A stone for their soup

Many nonprofits have ancient heating systems, inefficient lighting, and little insulation in the attic. These critical community centers pay high…

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HEET’s Spring 2015 Interns

HEET has three new faces on our team! Our interns are working hard at spreading the word about the Help…

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Embodied Energy in Photovoltaic Panels

You may have wondered what the energy payback time for photovoltaic panels is. A recent Fraunhofer report answers the question:…

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