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ISO New England to address businesses

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The president of New England's energy grid operator will be the featured guest Wednesday during a noontime regional energy forum in Manchester, N.H.

Drought impact extends to Wachusett Mountain

BY MARSHAL D. HANEISEN |

Amid a historic Massachusetts drought, Wachusett Mountain Ski Area must rely heavily on its failsafe Fitchburg water contract to meet its snow demands.

National Grid to add 14MW of solar, test batteries

Sam Bonacci |

National Grid is seeking to add 14 megawatts of solar generation to its existing 21 megawatt portfolio and test emerging solar technologies.

Clark U. receives $800K to study water

Sam Bonacci |

Clark University in Worcester has received nearly $800,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to assist in a nationwide study the economic value of water quality.

Ameresco secures $53M federal prison contract

Laura Finaldi |

Framingham renewable energy company Ameresco has entered into a $53-million contract with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons, an agreement that will reduce total power usage at a North Carolina...

Energy storage could deliver 600 megawatts in 2025

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A new study has found that energy storage could save residents of Massachusetts more than $800 million in energy costs in 2025.

Massachusetts to confront climate change

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday directed his administration to confront climate change on two fronts, reducing greenhouse gas emissions contributing to the planetary warming trend and preparing the Bay...

Plymouth nuclear plant back online

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

After addressing valve and mechanical issues that kept it offline since Sept. 5, workers at Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth fully repowered the plant over the weekend.

Natural gas prices to jump this winter

National Grid's residential customers can expect a $14 increase to their monthly bill this winter.

Merger enhances Canada's role in Mass. energy puzzle

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Houston-based Spectra Energy, which is pushing a controversial pipeline project in Massachusetts, expects to merge with a Canadian company, to create "the largest energy infrastructure company in...

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