Using “big data” analysis, advanced analytics and distributed energy resource (DER) planning capabilities, Rivermoor Energy provides energy resiliency solutions that enable critical municipal, first responder, community, commercial and health care operations to continue to run on electrical power when the larger grid faces an outage caused by a weather event or operational disturbance.
Rivermoor is a certified Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) planning provider in Massachusetts.
Rivermoor’s clean energy resiliency planning and solution development for the City of Northampton became the model for a $40 million state grant program.
The City of Northampton’s departmental and operational leadership teams have enjoyed working closely with Rivermoor Energy to develop a comprehensive strategy for resiliency to storm-driven outages and other disturbances to the electrical grid. That strategy led to over $3.6 million in state funding to support the City’s most critical operations as well as our local hospital and emergency shelter.”
– David Narkewicz, Mayor, City of Northampton
“The Town of Yarmouth worked closely with Rivermoor Energy to develop a clean energy resiliency strategy and plan for the Town’s mission-critical Regional Septic Treatment – Transfer Station Campus and Fire Station / Emergency Operations facility. We are pleased to work with Rivermoor to successfully create an actionable strategy that will make the Town more resilient to increasing climate-driven storm impacts, lower our operating cost structure and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. “
– Dan Knapik, Town Administrator, Yarmouth
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