Blog : Meet a Green Alliance Business: Seacoast Energy

By Clay | Aug 18, 2014 | in

Who: Seacoast Energy

What: Seacoast Energy owner Jack Bingham is more than just a renewable energy installer. He is the owner’s manual, teacher and advocate for eco-friendly renewable energy products and systems, with a particular expertise in residential and commercial solar power. More than just a job, Bingham approaches renewable energy with passion and has received recognition for his enthusiasm. This year, he was selected by WoodMaster as an exclusive retailer and installer of its European-designed, built-in-the-United States, biomass products. Bingham also keeps abreast of the latest technological advances in green energy products, offering educational workshops to inform the community of the beneficial long-term effects this technology brings. Bingham has experience with everything from solar-powered hot water systems to self-composting toilets. Seacoast Energy proves this technology is a beneficial investment, saving both money and the environment while working to grow a new industry, create jobs and stimulate the economy.

Where: 289 Scruton Pond Road, Barrington

Website: www.seacoastenergy.com

What makes us green:

  • Selected to sell Woodmaster biomass products such as energy-efficient pellet boilers.
  • Installs solar hot water and electric systems that reduce yearly CO2 and cut energy costs.
  • Educates the community on energy efficiency through workshops and an in-depth website.
  • Thirty percent of every home’s fuel bill goes toward heating hot water. Seacoast Energy’s systems provide 80 percent of a building’s hot water use for 30 years.
  • Responsible energy use education is the cornerstone of Seacoast Energy’s business strategy.
  • Installed systems are designed to maximize efficiency, with on-demand back-up heaters generating only what extra energy is needed and super-insulated thermal storage tanks minimizing heat loss.

Green Alliance Businesses are green certified. Read Seacoast Energy’s full certification documents and learn more about its sustainability initiatives and those of more than 100 other local green businesses at www.greenalliance.biz