City of Revere Mayor Ambrosino, Superintendent Dakin to Join Ameresco in Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Energy Infrastructure and Conservation Project


City of Revere Mayor Thomas G. Ambrosino, Revere Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Paul Dakin, Members of the City Council, Members of the Revere School Committee, Ameresco executives, and other local officials and business leaders will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on a $10.3 million infrastructure improvement project at Revere High School on January 20, 2011.  The project brings a series of energy efficiency and crucial infrastructure upgrades to City of Revere facilities, focusing on City schools. The measures include high tech solar, energy efficiency and building management improvements at City of Revere Public Schools.  Ameresco was chosen by Revere to manage the project, which is expected to save the City at least $685,982 annually, and designed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 2,843 tons annually.


Invited Guests Include:
•    City of Revere, Mayor Thomas G. Ambrosino
•    Dr. Paul Dakin, Superintendant, Revere Public Schools
•    Revere City Council
•    Revere School Committee
•    David J. Anderson, Ameresco


Thursday, January 20, 2011
10:00 am


Revere High School
Auditorium Foyer
101 School Street
Revere, MA 02151

About Ameresco, Inc.

Ameresco, Inc. was incorporated in Delaware in April 2000 and is a leading independent provider of comprehensive energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions for facilities throughout North America.  Ameresco’s solutions include upgrades to a facility’s energy infrastructure, and the development, construction, and operation of renewable energy plants.  With corporate headquarters located in Framingham, MA, Ameresco has 55 offices in 29 states and four Canadian provinces.  For more information, visit

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