Malden YMCA Unveils Unique Solar Array, Highlighting Significant Cost-Savings in Partnership with PowerOptions, Solect Energy
Leaders Gather as Part of Innovative “20 for 20” Campaign
Malden YMCA leaders joined their nonprofit energy partner and local leaders to unveil a significant new solar array on Wednesday November 14 which will help the Y reinvest more than $400,000 in the community over the life of the project. Malden YMCA CEO Deborah Amaral joined PowerOptions, the nonprofit energy buying consortium, and Solect Energy at the announcement. “The Malden YMCA is not only committed to meeting the needs of our community, but to investing in its long-term sustainability and
Pullman & Comley's Klein is First Connecticut Board Member Since Expansion
BOSTON, July 31— A prominent energy attorney with experience in both wholesale and retail energy markets formerly Assistant General Counsel and Chief Regulatory Counsel at Northeast Utilities (now Eversource) has joined the PowerOptions’ Board of Directors. Frederic Lee Klein of Pullman & Comley, LLC, brings new depth to the board of PowerOptions, the region’s premier energy-buying consortium for nonprofits and public entities, and is the first board member from Connecticut since the nonprofit expanded there in 2015. Klein, who chairs
May 31, 2018 – PowerOptions and SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) announced an innovative program today that will provide solar power and battery storage solutions to the state’s nonprofit and government institutions, allowing them to maximize energy cost savings as well as store the electricity produced by solar and use it when it’s needed most. As part of the new program, SunPower will construct and operate solar facilities on customer sites and provide power from the facilities under a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA).
Marking 20th Anniversary, Funding Supports Important Missions, Communities
Rep. Joe Kennedy Joins for Presentation to Needham’s Charles River Center NEEDHAM – Nonprofit organizations across the state will benefit from $200,000 in donations made today by PowerOptions, New England’s leading energy buying consortium, a nonprofit committed for 20 years to supporting mission-driven nonprofits and government entities. As a part of its 20th anniversary celebration, PowerOptions announced the recipients of its first-ever member donation initiative, “20 for 20.” PowerOptions is investing nearly $400,000 directly in the missions and energy futures of