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ENEROC enters into agreement on LED project

ENEROC LLC—the inaugural business of the Market Driven Community Corp.—has entered into an agreement to be a subcontractor for an LED lighting installation project at Rochester General Hospital.

The city of Rochester’s Office of Innovation oversaw the initial development of the now independent MDCC initiative beginning in 2015, with feasibility and implementation support from the Democracy Collaborative, a national nonprofit with expertise in worker-owned cooperatives and anchor institution partnerships.

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Publication date: 2017-04-16
Parent publication: Rochester Business Journal
Publication URL: ENEROC enters into agreement on LED project

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