AUBURN — Clifton Greim, P.E., president of Harriman, along with Kathy Loftus, national energy manager of Whole Foods, are presenting at the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association BuildingEnergy 14 conference and trade show in Boston.

Their presentation is about the cost effectiveness of fuel cell technology when applied to commercial buildings. Harriman and Whole Foods have collaborated on multiple projects including the Whole Foods location in Glastonbury, Conn., where a key component of the store’s energy efficiency and progressive technology is its 200-kilowatt fuel cell — the first fuel cell to power a grocery store in America.

The BuildingEnergy 14 conference and trade show runs from March 4-6 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston.


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