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Amersco revenue and income climb

John Agoglia |

Framingham-based Energy efficiency and renewable energy provider Ameresco said second-quarter financial results, announced Thursday, exceeded expectations.

Net income up for Unitil in Q2

Emily Micucci |

Net income for Hampton, N.H.-based utility company Unitil Corp. increased by $1.2 million, or 9 cents per share, in the second quarter, compared with 2013.

AMSC inks $60M deal to strengthen Chicago power grid

John Agoglia |

In a deal announced Wednesday that could be worth up to $60 million, Devens-based energy technology company AMSC has agreed to develop a plan to build a superconducting cable system that it said will...

Feds: Golfers made $550K off insider trading of AMSC stock

Michael Novinson |

A group of seven friends were charged by federal regulators Friday of illegally making more than $550,000 through insider trading of Devens-based AMSC stock.

Acton solar installer reaches deal with Vt. firm

John Agoglia |

As the price of fossil fuels continues to soar and homeowners take advantage of government incentives for using renewable energy, more companies are searching for inroads into the Bay State.

Hub firm launches Winchendon solar installation

Boston-based solar energy provider Nexamp has opened a 2.3-megawatt project in Winchendon that it says will generate “tens of thousands” of dollars in new tax revenue for the town over...

Grandson of Cumberland Gulf founders named CEO

Michael Novinson |

The grandson of the founders of the Cumberland Gulf Group has been named company CEO, the Framingham-based firm announced Friday.

World Energy appoints new board chairman

Emily Micucci |

World Energy Solutions, a Worcester energy management service firm, announced Peter Londa was appointed Monday as chairman of its board of directors.

Solar association speaks out against pending state legislation

John Agoglia |

The Solar Energy Business Association of New England (SEBANE) has come out against certain provisions of pending state legislation addressing net metering and solar.

Warren solar project complete

Emily Micucci |

Local officials and representatives from Boston-based renewable energy company First Wind will mark the completion of a 14-megawatt solar project in Warren on June 23 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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