News : April 2009

GA Director Sarah Brown Interviewed on 92.5 The River!

Apr 24, 2009

This past Wednesday, GA Director Sarah Brown was featured in a series of Earth Day spots on Seacoast radio staple (and recent business partner!) 92.5 The River. The radio station, which is one of two in the country powered almost exclusively with solar panels, played 3 brief green stories -- delivered by Sarah -- throughout the day. Brown was also interviewed about the GA itself, wherein she expressed our goals and plans moving forward, as well as touting the growing appeal of our Green Card, which provides discounts to all GA businesses.

Green Businesses Find Strength in Numbers

Apr 20, 2009

by Carol Robidoux
 

New Portsmouth home is saving gold by going green

Apr 15, 2009

By JASON CLAFFEY
Marc and Cheryl Batchelder's dream home is also a green home.

When construction on the 1,450-square-foot Lawrence Street residence is done at the end of the month, it even could qualify as one of the greenest homes in the country — never mind the state.

GA Corporate Partner Smuttynose Profiled in Herald

Apr 14, 2009

"Corporate growth and the environment too often find themselves unable to coexist, especially these days. But an established Portsmouth company is moving to Hampton and its goal is for its new building to be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified..."

To read more about GA Corporate Partner Smuttynose and their most recent profile in the Portsmouth Herald, click here.

Smuttynose brings 'green' beer to Hampton

Apr 12, 2009

By Christopher Peake

Corporate growth and the environment too often find themselves unable to coexist, especially these days. But an established Portsmouth company is moving to Hampton and its goal is for its new building to be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified.

Peter Egelston, president of Smuttynose Brewing Company, is a home brewer who has been in the craft beer business since 1987, when he and his sister opened the Northampton (Mass.) Brewery. They opened the Portsmouth Brewery in 1991, followed by Smuttynose Brewing in 1994.