Solar energy facility design and permitting at a former coal-fired power plant.
West Wareham, MA
Utility patent-pending approach of a cost-effective timber pile solar canopy structure for covered parking, pedestrian walkways and more.
Design and permitting-related services for ground-mounted solar PV project on the cap of a closed landfill.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Solar thermal project at Mass Maritime Academy.
Turnkey development advisory services to the Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC) for their first commercial scale solar facility.
Design of a 27 kW solar photovoltaic system, as well as green building design concepts for the Newburyport wastewater treatment facility.
Energy efficiency and geothermal system design for Roxbury Community College.
Wind feasibility study for a commercial scale wind turbine for St. Joseph’s Abbey.
Carrie Quagliaroli and Johanna Hall co-authored an article in NEREJ entitled “Harnessing earth’s energy: Using geothermal heating for efficient comfort and sustainability.” All New England states are making efforts to achieve reduced or Net Zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and develop clean energy and climate plans for the future.
Johanna Hall and Sam Alpert co-authored an article in NEREJ entitled “A Primer on Whole-Building Electrification.” What is building electrification? Electrification is the process of transitioning building systems, processes, and components to be powered by electricity rather than by various fossil fuels like oil or natural gas and can be a critical component in efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
Weston & Sampson is very glad to welcome Craig Wood, PWS to the firm as a Senior Technical Leader based in our Foxborough, Massachusetts office.
Weston & Sampson was awarded two Installation Energy and Water Plan (IEWP) contracts by the Massachusetts Army National Guard.
Weston & Sampson is approved by National Grid as an associate energy Project Expediter (PEX). Through this relationship, we offer our suite of energy conservation services to public and private clients located in any of the National Grid-owned electric or gas utility service territories in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York.