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Construction Begins for 3MW Scituate Array

The Patriot Ledger

10,500 polysilicon panels will soon be transforming sunlight into electricity for the Town of Scituate. Construction is underway on a 3 MW solar PV array that will turn the Town’s dormant landfill into a source of clean, renewable power for the next 20 years. The output from the project will power half of the town’s electricity needs while saving approximately $200,000 in energy costs every year, according to Al Bangert, Scituate’s director of public works.

2013 EPA Brownfields Conference: Atlanta, GA


Join us for the annual National Brownfields Conference hosted by the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Atlanta, GA. Brightfields will be presenting on a panel that discusses the intricacies of financing energy projects on formerly contaminated properties. The three day event will feature over 120 different educational and training sessions with plenty of opportunities to network with a broad range of stakeholders ar the forefront of the brownfields redevelopment space.

Why We Need to Reform Energy Regulation

By Pete Pedersen, Managing Principal of Brightfields

Renewable Energy World

The evolution of electric generation technology has quickly outpaced the ability of traditional regulatory control mechanisms to ensure we enjoy its benefits. During the past century, we have transitioned from a monolithic fossil fuel-based energy core to a generation mix that includes everything in the kitchen sink. Along this trajectory towards diversification, state and federal regulatory authorities have often been at odds about how to maintain reasonably priced and reliable power supply in the face of a federally granted monopoly. The result has been reactive policy implementation and a regulatory framework that continually lags behind our constantly changing utility industry. As new technologies compete with established generation facilities, and as transmission and distribution systems continue to expand and improve, we must upgrade the rules guiding the production, transmission and delivery of electricity.

Project Financing Strategies for Solar on Brownfields

Environmental Business Council

Join Brightfields and a host of agencies on March 13th to discuss financing strategies for energy projects on brownfield property. This is a joint program offered by the EBC. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Environmental Business Council of New England, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.

EPA Regional Administrator Curt Spalding meets with Energy & Environment Committee

New England Council

Curt Spalding, New England Regional Administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency met with members of the NEC's Energy & Environment Committee at a meeting hosted by The Hampshire House.

Administrator Spalding briefed Brightfields and other members on some of the EPA's recent and upcoming regulatory initiatives, and discussed the agency's priorities in the months ahead. Topics covered included EPA's Clean Air Act Regulation, renewable energy tax credits, new cooling water intake structure standards, and environmental justice and urban revitalization initiatives underway in New England.

Brightfields to Present at Michigan Conference

 The Michigan Association of Planning

Join Brightfields in Michigan for the Planning Association's annual conference. We will be participating in a panel that discusses how to leverage dormant brownfields for solar power development. The session will provide attendees with a broad overview of the benefits, challenges, and current state of developing renewable energy sources on brownfields; including a concise inventory of available resources. Lessons learned from the recent experience of one community pursuing such a strategy will be provided.


brightfieldsllc Great article about our Massachusetts neighbors in #Chelmsford showing their commitment to #solar energy! bit.ly/2gnfxMq
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brightfieldsllc Please join us tomorrow, Sept. 22 in #Vermont for the ribbon cutting at the Elizabeth Mine site on Mine Road at 12 PM! pic.twitter.com/f...
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IMAGE Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Elizabeth...
Tuesday, 10 October 2017
On Friday, September 22, 2017, Brightfields Development LLC was joined by development partners for a ribbon cutting of the Elizabeth Mine... Read More...