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Worcester's $27M solar project nearing completion

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester's 28,600-solar-panel project estimated to save the city more than $50 million over the course of 30 years is well over halfway complete.

Solect Energy expands into Connecticut

Sam Bonacci |

Hopkinton's commercial-scale solar company Solect Energy announced Tuesday it is expanding into Connecticut and has hired a new director of business development.

Boston Scientific supplier expanding

By Lori Valigra courtesy of MaineBiz |

Enercon Technologies is quietly making its mark on many high-tech products sold by Boston Scientific and other companies throughout the world.

Maine energy firm opens 1st Mass. facility in Oxford

Sam Bonacci |

A Bethel, Maine clean energy provider is hosting a grand opening on Friday for a showroom and distribution facility in Oxford that will serve Massachusetts, marking the company's first location in...

Westborough co. installs solar on 11 schools for $12.45M

Sam Bonacci |

Westborough's Ameresco has completed a $12.45 million Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) that resulted in more than 5 megawatts of solar being installed on the rooftops of 11 schools in...

Pike named clean energy director


Stephen Pike can drop "interim" from his job title. The Baker administration on Tuesday named the former corporate attorney, Yale graduate and Haverhill resident as executive director of the...

Electric vehicles bill goes to house


Twenty-five percent of vehicles purchased annually by state government must be zero emission vehicles by 2025, under legislation approved by the Massachusetts Senate on Thursday.

Lynch urges halt to Spectra pipeline permitting


Federal regulators should halt permitting and construction of Spectra Energy pipelines in West Roxbury and Weymouth, according to Congressman Stephen Lynch of Boston, who cited safety concerns...

Westborough co. supplying California power storage pilot

Sam Bonacci |

NEC Energy Solutions announced Wednesday it is supplying Southern California Edison with its first grid energy storage pilot system.

Tariff system in works as tensions build over solar subsidies


Major decisions loom over the short-term and long-term strategy for solar growth in Massachusetts, promising to reignite a contentious debate over the future of solar incentives.

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