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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.

Ameresco starts two Pennsylvania projects, announces tripling in net income

Grant Welker |

Days after announcing it has started work on one of the country's largest microgrids, Framingham renewable energy firm Ameresco has signed an $8-million energy efficiency contract with a Pennsylvania...

State approves expansion to create $210M Medway power plant

Zachary Comeau |

A state board has approved Exelon's proposed 200-megawatt expansion of its existing Medway facility after more than two years of deliberation.

Nearly 100 Worcester businesses join PawSox push

Zachary Comeau |

The effort by Worcester officials to convince the Red Sox' Triple-A affiliate to move from Rhode Island to Worcester was joined by 98 key Central Massachusetts business leaders.

Ameresco starts work on $11M Navy Yard microgrid

Ameresco, a Framingham renewable energy company, has started work on what it says will be one of the largest microgrids, or self-contained energy grids, in the country.

Movers & Shakers

Clinton Savings Bank, Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Venture Community Services were among the eight organization announcing new hires and promotions.

Proposals would bring hydropower to Mass.

State House News Service |

The company developing an electrical transmission line that could carry hydroelectric power from Quebec into New England is among the submissions for long-term clean energy contracts in Massachusetts.

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