Innovative Green Companies on the Rise

WasteZero

WasteZero is the nation's largest provider of trash metering services. According to the EPA, WasteZero's flagship service has been shown to reduce trash by 43% to 49%, dramatically increasing recycling, composting, and material reuse while also creating incentives for producer responsibility.

Based in Kendall Square, Cambridge, WasteZero has developed a varity of services tailored to meet the needs of municipal clients, including complete turnkey program management and More-In-ReturnTM, which rebates "pay as you throw" bag fees to residents. WasteZero is proud to be a partner in the Commonweatlh's environmental and economic success.

For more information, visit wastezero.com.

Free Flow Power

Free Flow Power is a clean renewable energy company focusing on hydropower, hydrokinetic, and hydro pumped storage as reliable, cost-effective sources of electricity and grid stability. Free Flow Power's pipeline of 156 projects representing 14,322 MW of potential capacity will produce clean renewable energy and provide grid stability for intermittent forms of renewable energy such as wind and solar.

For more information, visit free-flow-power.com.

Anbaric Transmission

Anbaric Transmission is a privately-held company that specializes in the development of energy transmission and smart-grid projects. They focus on the development of innovative projects that fall outside the traditional scope of investor-owned utilities. Anbaric project-development services bring the highest value for their customers, investors, and electric power consumers, while addressing the complex challenges of today’s electricity markets.
 
For more information, visit anbarictransmission.com.

Just Energy

Just Energy is a leading independent energy supplier with over 1.6 million electricity and natural gas customer accounts across the US and Canada. They are also the largest competitive green energy retailer in North America. With Just Energy’s green energy solutions, their customers can offset the negative impact their energy consumption has on the environment.

For more information, visit justenergy.com.

 

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