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The Leading by Example (LBE) program encompasses all of Massachusetts' executive agencies, many authorities, and public institutions of higher education. These entities own 80 million square feet of buildings and thousands of vehicles, employ more than 65,000 people, and include large and small college campuses, prison complexes, hospitals, highway depots, state park visitor centers, and youth detention facilities, to name just a few.
Executive Order 484, (“Leading by Example: Clean Energy and Efficient Buildings”), which was established in April 2007:
Through various initiatives, LBE works to reduce the overall environmental impacts of state government operations, particularly climate and energy impacts. In addition, the LBE program promotes sustainability activities within state government, including waste reduction, water conservation, green buildings, alternative fuels, efficient transportation, and recycling.
EO 484 set the following sustainable energy targets:
The Leading by Example Program released a LBE Progress Report to highlight accomplishments and documents progress made toward the 2012 targets.
The program is overseen by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) and the Executive Office for Administration and Finance (A&F). The program is staffed by the Department of Energy Resources.
Within these two cabinet offices, various divisions and departments manage specific aspects of the program:
Contact Eric Friedman to be added to the Leading by Example email list.
Eric Friedman, Director
Jillian DiMedio, Assistant Director
Trey Gowdy, Sustainability Project Coordinator
Chelsea Kehne, Data and Project Analyst
Charles Tuttle, Project Manager
Clean Energy Innovative Technology Intake
DOER and DCAMM provides a form for prospective vendors, helping the Commonwealth determine the applicability of innovative technologies to state facilities and operations.