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Energy challenges need comprehensive approach

JAMES T. BRETT |

At a 2016 energy forum hosted by The New England Council, Gordon van Welie, CEO of ISO New England – our region's power grid operator – described New England's electric reliability this...

NJ company is looking to a new CFO in Shrewsbury to reach new heights

SLOANE M. PERRON |

Two decades ago, Kevin O'Sullivan worked with a small biotech company named Valeritas in his Worcester incubator Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives on what felt like groundbreaking technology at a...

Worcester industrial vacancy rate at 40%

Emily Micucci |

Worcester's industrial building are 40-percent empty, as landlords can't reconcile costly upgrades with the impact on their tax bill, especially for small manufacturers.

Lease payment shows Cape Wind still alive

State House News Service |

Documents furnished to State House News Service indicate Cape Wind made a recent lease payment of $88,278, the exact amount that has been paid each of the prior six years to maintain the lease.

AG plans to fight Eversource rate increase

State House News Service |

Attorney General Maura Healey plans to challenge Eversource's request to increase its electric rates by $96 million, saying the utility company should instead be delivering savings to customers.

Solect to install 446 kw array for Medford firm

Savannah Donohue |

Hopkinton solar installer Solect Energy has partnered with a Medford-based specialty food distributor to install a 446-kilowatt solar array on the roof of the distributor's 75,000-square-foot...

Eversource files for statewide rate increases

State House News Service |

Eversource filed a rate request with state regulators Tuesday that would boost charges to its eastern Massachusetts customers by 7 percent and hit western Massachusetts with a roughly 10 percent...

Ameresco inks $91M deal for Marine boot camp microgrid

Framingham energy services firm Ameresco, Inc. has signed a $91.1 million contract with the U.S. Marine Corps to create a microgrid at the recruit depot on Parris Island, S.C.

Legislature could cut pot plant limit

State House News Service |

The Legislature -- which along with Gov. Charlie Baker has already delayed full implementation of the legalization law by six months -- is expected to amend the law approved by voters in November,...

Solect installs 25kw system on Dorchester tuition-free school

Hopkinton solar installer Solect Energy has finished a 25-kilowatt solar array on the roof of the Epiphany School in Dorchester.

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