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New Canaan Projects Tile

“It has been a pleasure working with MHR on clean energy projects including renewable energy and combined heat and power systems.” 

Kevin Moynihan, First Selectman, Town of New Canaan (CT)

Foote School Projects Tile

“I have worked with Mark Robbins on several projects, most recently a Comprehensive Sustainability / Clean Energy Plan the for the eleven (11) buildings on The Foote School campus.  MHR has been a valuable resource – providing exceptional planning and project development support.”

David Sklar, The Foote School

SSND Solar Projects Tile

“The properties at the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Wilton were in desperate need of sustainability upgrades.  Mark Robbins and his team at MHR Development were with us through every step.  From water conservation, LED lighting upgrades, energy efficient boiler plant to solar, we could not have done this scope of a project without MHR.” 

Tom Antignani, Facilities Manager, School Sisters of Notre Dame

Wilton Projects Tile

“The Wilton School Solar Project will add economic and quality of life benefits to the Town of Wilton for the next 20 years.  This multi-building installation required skilled project management and solar expertise.  Mark Robbins navigated all the processes of the Connecticut Green Bank, Eversource Energy, and the town departments to successfully deliver the first two schools online.” 

Debra Thompson-Van, Wilton Energy Commission Chair

Earthplace Projects Tile

“We are enthusiastic about this upgrade to our facility as we create an energy conservation showcase. There is more to come!” 

Tony McDowell, Executive Director

BIC Projects Tile

“We are confident that the investment in this property will contribute to the greater good of our business community, the environment, and our bottom line. It's a no-brainer!”

Sam Pierpont, Owner

Columbia Manufacturing Projects Tile

“Columbia Manufacturing Inc. was pleased to participate in a multi-faceted energy project which allowed us to evaluate numerous possibilities for energy savings and to pick options which we felt would maximize our cost-savings and minimize our carbon footprint.” 

Kathryn Conlon, CEO


“Our church is always working hard to make its budget so the energy efficiency program helps a lot.  We're very happy with the program.  We're producing more electricity than projected and we're saving money because we buy our own excess power at a reduced rate.  Plus, we have many new windows and much new lighting which didn't cost us anything -- our normal payments for utilities just shifted to pay for the project.  Otherwise, we would have had to raise $25,000 just for the windows and doors.”

Bob Castronova, President

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