The 2017 Mayor’s Greenovate Awards – Sustainable Mobility Nominees
Learn more about the businesses, organizations, and individuals nominated for the 2017 Mayor’s Greenovate Award nominees in the Sustainable Mobility category.
Boston and its community continues to rise to the challenge of balancing our historic landscape with the need to adapt and evolve to our changing mobility needs. Public transportation, walking, biking, carpooling, car-sharing, and ride-sharing are all pieces of the puzzle that will help Boston meet its climate and sustainability goals.
You can vote for your favorite Greenovate Award nominees now through April 7th. Votes will determine the top 3 finalists, and the winner will be announced live at Greenovate’s Earth Day Party on April 19th — be sure to save the date and stay tuned for more details! Vote for Greenovate Award winners
Michael Donaghy – Citywide
The MBTA is one of the largest consumer of electricity in Massachusetts with over 600 electrical, natural gas, steam and water/sewer accounts under management. Michael Donaghy is the MBTA’s Manager of Energy Efficiency, and leads energy management programs including include energy efficiency, renewable energy and energy information systems. They have allowed the MBTA to make headway towards accomplishing two of its major objectives: to reduce operating costs to the greatest degree possible without interrupting or interfering with operations, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from its operations. In addition to energy efficiency measures, Michael has helped the T to invest in on-site renewable energy, electric vehicle charging stations, and more ambitious standards for energy use in design and construction. Learn more about the MBTA’s efforts to manage energy.