Friday, September 17, 2021

Greening Martha

Mansion House uses geothermal technology to green its business

A geothermal heat pump system, run by the stored solar energy found in the abundant groundwater below the Mansion House, along with a sophisticated energy control system, now make the hotel one of the greenest hotels in Massachusetts, according to a press statement released this week by Susan Goldstein, the owner with her husband, Sherm, of the Vineyard Haven business.

Demonstration of new solar thermal technology

SunWaterMV, an Island company that specializes in solar technology, will hold an open house demonstration of ways to reduce fossil fuel use with new solar thermal technology.

Highlights of MVC’s wastewater management study

The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) has released the

A case study: how to make a plan for energy efficiency at your house

Larry Hepler, known to most Islanders as a furniture maker, is also the owner of Energy Conservation Strategies (ECS).

Tribe Consumer Expo focus is on health environment

The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) will sponsor an exposition designed to provide participants with access to a wide variety of environmental health and energy expertise.

First stage wind data gathering complete at two Island farms

The first stage of wind power feasibility studies at Northern Pines Farm in Tisbury and Allen Farm in Chilmark are complete.