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Raytheon successfully tests anti-warfare missile

Zachary Comeau |

Defense contractor Raytheon announced Wednesday a missile designed to intercept a ballistic missile was successfully tested at sea.

Harvard firm's solar microgrid half-powers Mass. island

Zachary Comeau |

A Harvard solar company announced Wednesday a solar array on Cuttyhunk Island provided more than half of the island's electricity during its busy summer season.

Dudley solar farm to save $1.5 million in energy costs

A Boston solar company has completed a 2.4-megawatt solar farm in Dudley to provide energy to Worcester-area businesses.

RGGI states emissions reduction agreement

State House News Service |

The nine-state Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative consortium has settled on a 30 percent reduction in carbon pollution from the region's power plants by 2030.

Framingham firm chosen for $90M Uruguay embassy project

A Framingham construction firm has been chosen for a major security and renovation project at the U.S. Chancery in Montevideo, Uruguay.

40 Under Forty: John T. Pitcavage

In the last five years, Pitcavage has grown solar installer Endless Energy from 10 to 50 employees while serving Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Before...

Ameresco, BlueWave, BCBS to unveil five solar farms

Ameresco, Blue Wave and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts are celebrating the completion of five solar arrays in Hopedale and Mendon next month.

AMSC downsizing to $3.2M facility in Ayer

Grant Welker |

AMSC, the company downsizing from its massive Devens space, will land a few miles away in Ayer.

State turns to Texas exec Ramirez to fix MBTA

State House News Service |

Luis Ramírez, who handled a $3.5 billion line of business for General Electric and runs his own consulting firm in Texas, will take the reins as the new general manager and CEO of the MBTA,

Construction firm turning old tavern into school facility

Zachary Comeau |

Construction has begun on the renovation of an 18th-century tavern into a new facility to be used by the Riverbend School in Natick.

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