Medford Technical High School received a grant in February from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) for COOLNOMIX® devices and energy monitoring equipment from CoolGreenPower. Students in the HVAC and Electrical concentrations will learn about COOLNOMIX® and build clean tech job skills.
The MassCEC is a publicly-funded agency that seeks to dedicate aid in the success of clean energy technologies, companies and projects in Massachusetts, all while creating jobs and economic growth for the state. “By fostering the relationship between early-stage companies and customers in the public sector, we can help bring market opportunities to the Commonwealth’s entrepreneurs and provide innovative solutions for Massachusetts residents,” said MassCEC CEO Stephen Pike. “We are pleased to support this partnership between CoolGreenPower and Medford Vocational Technical High School.”
CoolGreenPower is excited to work with the school to help them achieve smarter, more efficient and effective cooling systems with COOLNOMIX®.