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The Hannon Way:

  • Management of our job waste by recycling components of discarded lighting fixtures and wiring, and new fixture packaging.
  • Advise customers on most energy-efficient lighting options for new construction projects and retrofit options for old construction.
  • Energy efficient lighting and motion switches in our Headquarters to help reduce energy use.
  • Office recycling of aluminum, plastic and paper.
  • Office water cooler provided complimentary to employees to help reduce plastic water bottle waste.
  • In our continued effort to be kind to the environment, HEI has added a new piece of equipment to our warehouse, the bulb eater.
  • Posts on social media to inform our followers of ongoing recycling and sustainability programs throughout the country.


Hannon Electric has been on board with sustainability since opening our offices in 2009.  With today's heightened awareness and a national call to action, we have implemented recycling programs and energy saving fixtures and habits that have become essential elements in our culture.


We collaborated with the City of New Bedford and the Massachusetts Housing Authority to install interior and exterior lighting upgrades that ultimately saved more than $498,000. The entire project was featured in the March/April 2013 edition of Green Building and Design.

In 2013 we created a new division within Hannon Electric, Hannon Energy Solutions, to manage the growing segment of our business.  Our energy audits encompassed over 100 buildings and 3,500 apartment units, produced an amazing 2.5 million KWH savings and a projected $400,000 savings in our customers' annual electric bills. 


Our business values propose to inspire, engage and equip our employees and customers to innovate for sustainability. We are proud to say that in 2015 we saved an estimated 2,742,864 KWHs for our customers collectively.

Onsite in Plymouth, MA for the installation of 20K panels over 20 acres at this 5 megawatt solar farm.

Ready for recycling: old fluorescent lamps removed from retailers taking part in the Main Street Project in the town of Walpole, MA.