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Analysts: World Energy, buyer stand to gain in merger

Sam Bonacci |

With EnerNOC poised to acquire

With report, group asks Baker to support solar goal

State House News Service |

 Even if the rate of growth in the Bay State's solar industry tapers, the state could derive 20 percent of its electricity from the sun by 2025,...

Nashoba Valley Chamber CEO responds to Kinder Morgan controversy

Emily Micucci |

While the U.S. Senate narrowly defeated the proposed Keystone pipeline expansion from Canada to the Gulf Coast earlier this week, another pipeline project with local impact is still pending, and it's...

Patrick looks forward to offshore wind power auction

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Reflecting on his administration's economic and criminal justice initiatives over the past eight years, Gov. Deval Patrick cast his gaze Tuesday toward his remaining weeks in office when he said...

Baker picks Shrewsbury's Beaton for energy-environment chief

BY MICHAEL NORTON STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Filling a second major Cabinet post, Governor-elect Charlie Baker has tapped Shrewsbury Republican Rep. Matthew Beaton as his energy and environmental affairs secretary.

World Energy, awaiting sale, sees 13% revenue jump

Rick Saia |

World Energy Solutions of Worcester, which last week announced it has agreed to be sold to a Boston firm, reported a 13-percent jump in revenue in the third quarter while cutting its net losses to...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Do ‘smart meters’ threaten health?

The Page One article in the Sept. 29 print edition of the WBJ on National Grid's "Smart Grid" pilot program in Worcester (Online headline:

Briefing: World Energy acquisition

Energy services firm World Energy Solutions of Worcester agreed last week to be acquired by EnerNOC Inc., an energy intelligence software firm...

AMSC's losses widen as revenue drops

John Agoglia |

Losses climbed and revenue plummeted for Devens-based AMSC as both its wind and grid segment struggled in the second quarter, the company said.

Clean energy job growth slows in Central Mass.

Sam Bonacci |

The praises of continued growth in the clean energy sector could be heard from across the state in September, when the Massachusetts Clean Energy Council (MassCEC) reported a gain of more...

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