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American Tower offers common, depository stock

Carol McDonald |

American Tower Corp. announced Thursday that it is raising over $3 billion in a stock offering that will help finance fulfilling a contract with Verizon.

Mass. teams with Conn., R.I., on clean energy

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Massachusetts will partner with Connecticut and Rhode Island to explore new clean energy resources and natural gas capacity options to address the region's high energy costs and demands.

Lower natural gas prices felt in 4th-quarter stats

Energy costs fell in New England over the final three months of last year, driven by lower prices for natural gas, along with a drop in energy use, according to the organization that...

National Grid joins Eversource in power expansion effort

National Grid, the largest electric utility in Central Massachusetts, has joined Eversource Energy and two other energy firms as co-developers of a large-scale effort to expand existing pipeline...

After latest quarterly loss, can AMSC come back?

Sam Bonacci |

It was a company that was flying high until, rather suddenly, its numbers began taking a southward dive.

Sevcon sales up 10% in Q1

Emily Micucci |

Sevcon of Southborough saw a 10-percent gain in revenue in the first quarter of its new fiscal year, as more of its customers bought the company's products as part of their hybrid and electric...

Water company lowers Millbury, Oxford bills

The private company that provides water to Millbury and Oxford is passing along savings from a revised tax classification to nearly 19,000 households, including customers in those two Central...

ISO: Power prices fell in December

Milder weather and lower demand led to drops of more than 50 percent in natural gas and wholesale power prices in December, the region's grid operator said.

Net income up for Unitil Corp. in 2014

Annual net income increased 14 percent for New Hampshire-based power company Unitil Corp., driven by higher natural gas and electric sales, according to an earnings statement released Wednesday.

Beaton focuses on more solar, lower energy costs

State House News Service |

Solar installations on city apartment buildings and strategies to reduce energy bills top the priorities of new state Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton, who listened to...

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