Incubating Clean: Emily Reichert, Ph.D. of Greentown Labs

Emily Reichert, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer at Greentown Labs, spoke with us about the incubator, changes in the industry, the Massachusetts cleantech community and much more.

“Greentown Labs provides prototyping space, shared machine shop tools, office space and an event space. We leverage our facility, partners, and sponsors to provide our entrepreneurs access to the equipment, services, education, and […]

Cool Infographic: Solar Power Taking the World By Storm

Solar power energy is growing from a grassroots effort into a mainstream source of energy. What is causing this shift? The answer is almost everything. Here are a few key factors that are driving solar energy.

Government: Globally, governments are supporting solar energy; jobs in this industry have grown in recent years. In Germany, solar energy […]

June 24th, 2015|Categories: Solar|Tags: , , , , |

Solar Women Summer Series: Getting Involved with the D.O.E. SunShot Initiative

The teams at HeatSpring and are excited to kick off Solar Women Summer Series, a series of interviews featuring women who have taken HeatSpring’s solar courses and other interesting women doing important work in the solar industry. This week we feature Dr. Lidija Sekaric, Director of the Technology to Market Program at the Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative.



Interview: How to Create a Holistic Built Environment – Transportation, Solar, and More

We reached out to Ryan C.C. Chin, Ph.D., the Managing Director and Research Scientist of MIT Media Lab’s Changing Places group, to learn about the initiatives his group is working on to reshape cities into more holistic systems and how the HeatSpring community of contractors, engineers, policy makers, and other building professionals can help and get involved.

MIT Media Lab’s Changing […]