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Official predicts costly winter for natural gas

ANDY METZGER STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Bay Staters enjoying the final stretch of summer can look forward to a pricey winter for home heating costs, according to state officials.

AMSC lands $15M wind turbine order

John Agoglia |

While the company reported lowered revenue earlier this month due in part to lower Chinese wind product sales, Devens-based AMSC is seeing benefits from a growing wind-energy movement in...

Mass. gas prices tumble 15 cents in a month

Despite unrest in the Middle East, gasoline prices have dropped 15 cents over the past month, according to the latest numbers from AAA Southern New England.

World Energy posts gains in Q2

John Agoglia |

Worcester-based energy management services firm World Energy Solutions reported increased revenue and earnings for the second quarter, the company said today.

AMSC losses widen, revenue falls

Michael Novinson |

Losses climbed and revenue sunk for Devens-based AMSC due to reduced Chinese wind product sales and lower grid support sales.

Clean energy group: Governors' races critical

Rick Saia |

This year's elections for governor in all six New England states will be key in the direction of the region's clean energy industry, according to a report released last week by an industry group.

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.

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