This report summarizes the barriers and recommendations from the five technology working groups of the Commercial Building Consortium (CBC) and is a companion summary analysis to a Commercial Buildings Technology Inventory.
This issue brief will touch on these considerations and profile two multifamily housing examples that demonstrate how state and local entities have deployed solar energy (photovoltaics) on behalf of low-income residents.
This project sought to assess whether HPWHs can productively store energy and participate in demand response programs, thereby supporting the broadest application of the new efficiency standards.
An educational building on the Amherst college campus
A community center and the first living building in Boston
A government building in Westborough and one of the Commonwealth’s first zero-net energy buildings
A Net Positive building on a working farm in Dover
An educational building at North Shore Community College in Danvers and the Commonwealth's first state-owned Net Zero building
A deep energy retrofit of a single-family home in Arlington
A 98-unit multifamily development in Cambridge that is 100% affordable housing