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Editorial: Energy legislation shouldn't be a wish list

Climate change is a very real crisis with huge implications, and countries, states, cities, businesses and individuals must do their part to combat mankind's increasingly damaging impact on the...

Southbridge manufacturer gets 35% of energy from solar

Southbridge cutting tool manufacturer Hyde Industrial Blade Solutions has installed 784 solar panels on its 170,000-square-foot building, and now the company gets 35 percent of its electricity needs...

Solar and storage facility under construction in Sterling

Zachary Comeau |

A Miami-based solar energy firm has begun construction in Sterling on a 1.7-megawatt community solar array with storage capacity.

Protonex has deployed $34M in military power devices

Southborough-based power management device maker Protonex will supply the U.S. military and NATO with its Squad Power Manager Special Operations Kits.

Worcester scrap yard sold to energy savings company

Zachary Comeau |

An industrial building and former scrapyard is due for a major renovation and improvement after a Lamartine Street property in Worcester has been sold to an energy savings solutions company for...

AMSC loses $27M through three quarters

Zachary Comeau |

Devens energy product manufacturer AMSC reported Monday another quarter of losses, this time $4.2 million in the third quarter, and $26.7 million for the company's fiscal year so far.

Power grid solutions needed to avoid blackouts


The challenges to power system reliability require action from policymakers, regulators and the energy industry.

New Hampshire denies Canadian hydrpower transmission project

State House News Serivce |

A permit that the Northern Pass project had been counting on was denied by New Hampshire site evaluators on Thursday, jeopardizing the Bay State's newly minted plan to transmit hydropower from Quebec...

U.S. court finds Chinese company guilty of stealing AMSC secrets

Zachary Comeau |

A federal court has found a Chinese wind turbine manufacturer guilty of stealing trade secrets from Devens-based AMSC, which caused the loss of 70 percent of AMSC's workforce.

Protonex receives $1.6M military power device order

Zachary Comeau |

Southborough power supply manufacturer Protonex has received a $1.6 million purchase order for the U.S. military.

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