Where: Science and Engineering Center Lobby and Atrium, 200 Boston Ave, Medford, MA 02155
What: The Energy & Employer Showcase is an opportunity for representatives from various sectors of the energy world to interact and network with one another as well as Tufts students and professionals.
2020 Showcase Participants
Other Companies Participating
MassCEC is a quasi-state agency tasked with advancing clean energy economic development in Massachusetts. We provide funding, technical assistance, and industry expertise for the growing clean energy economy.
Lloyd's Register is a technical and business services organization and a maritime classification society. For renewable energy projects and assets, LR offers a full spectrum of advisory to minimize risks and maximize profitability for wind turbines manufactures, component suppliers, construction managers and wind farm operators. LR are technical experts in all technologies and engineering disciplines relating to the renewables sector. On the East Coast of the US the LR Energy Americas team is focusing on ports and supply chain construction to service the offshore wind industry.
Providing Affordable, Reliable, Resilient and Sustainable Mobile Energy Storage Solutions
Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is a regional planning agency serving 101 cities and towns in the Greater Boston area. We support municipalities on a variety of planning projects, and our extensive in-house expertise includes everything from planning to data to public health and arts and culture. Our Clean Energy team provides technical assistance to municipalities planning for Net Zero, works to advance clean energy and energy efficiency policy, and assists cities and towns with a variety of climate mitigation projects. As an organization, MAPC is in the process of updating our MetroFuture 2030 regional plan with MetroCommon 2050. Find out more about us at: www.mapc.org.
Resonant Energy is a community-driven, solar development company dedicated to expanding access to clean energy in underserved markets. We are the #1 solar provider for nonprofits in the Northeast, and serve small-to-medium sized commercial clients. Through competitive bidding and custom financing, we make clean energy simple, affordable, and accessible.
Tufts Office of Sustainability
The Office of Sustainability (OOS) serves as a resource, a catalyst, and an advocate for environmental sustainability at Tufts, often serving as the bridge between ideas and their practical implementation. Our goal is to be leaders in the responsible stewardship of the physical environment by cultivating knowledge in our students, staff, and faculty of sustainable issues and solutions across disciplines. From campus operations to the classroom, sustainability at Tufts is a collective effort spanning departments, offices, and all of our campuses in Boston, Grafton, and Medford/Somerville.
We provide top quality solar engineering consultation and project management services in order to solve clients’ dilemmas related to energy management and renewable energy production. Our team promotes the technology and the equitable use of energy for the benefit of our community, the environment and the next generation. To learn more about Zapotec Energy, visit our website: www.ZapotecEnergy.com.
Vanderweil Engineers, based in Boston, specializes in mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and technology services engineering for commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings. We also provide a wide variety of sustainable design & consulting services, such as energy modeling, energy master planning, and comprehensive daylighting analysis, as well as power and central utility plant engineering. Founded in 1950, our firm has grown to over 400 employees across nine offices.
Applied Economics Clinic
The Applied Economics Clinic is a 501(c)(3) non-profit consulting group housed at 1012 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02476. Founded in 2017, the Clinic provides expert testimony, analysis, modeling, policy briefs, and reports for public interest groups on the topics of energy, environment, consumer protection, and equity, while providing on-the-job training to a new generation of technical experts.
Ampion, PBC. manages subscriptions to community solar farms, enabling access to clean, renewable energy for homes, non-profits, and businesses. Deploying customer acquisition services and proprietary software platform allow renewable energy developers to maximize the profit from their assets. A subscription to a community solar farm provides immediate and tangible expression of a commitment to environmental stewardship without having to install solar panels or make an up-front investment. Ampion-manged solar farms typically enable subscribers to reduce their annual electric bill by approximately 10% while reducing our dependence on fossil fuels.