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Four clean energy bills clear House committee

State House News Service |

Four new clean energy bills promoting energy storage, solar development and electric vehicle sales have cleared the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy,

Mass. selects Vineyard Wind for offshore wind farm

Vineyard Wind, a project backed by a Danish fund management company, has been chosen by the Baker administration and state utilities to build an 800 megawatt offshore wind farm off the coast of...

Ameresco tapped for $2.1M upgrade to Portland, Ore., schools

Zachary Comeau |

Framingham energy efficiency and renewable energy firm Ameresco has been chosen by one of the Northwest's largest public school districts for a $2.1 million efficiency and infrastructure project.

AMSC chosen for Iowa grid pilot program

Devens energy company AMSC is participating in an energy efficiency pilot program with a Wisconsin firm to improve the optimization of the Iowa distribution grid.

Ameresco acquires D.C.-based engineering firm

Framingham-based renewable and efficient energy firm Ameresco has acquired a Washington, D.C. engineering and consulting firm.

Tree House to grow Charlton headquarters by 30%

Zachary Comeau |

Craft beer maker Tree House Brewing Co. is planning a 16,000-square-foot expansion of its 52,000-square-foot headquarters in Charlton.

NORESCO begins $97M VA system energy work

Zachary Comeau |

Westborough energy efficiency and infrastructure solutions company NORESCO has begun work on a $97-million energy savings contract with a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' system in the upper...

Tree House Brewing plans 16K-square-foot expansion

Zachary Comeau |

Craft beer maker Tree House Brewing Co. announced Sunday evening a planned 16,000-square-foot expansion of its 52,000-square-foot headquarters in Charlton.

Old Sturbridge Village adds 5,400 solar panels

The outdoor living history museum Old Sturbridge Village has turned the switch on a 5,400-panel solar energy system, adding a 21st century technology to a 19th century community.

Devens' Great Exchange business recycling program expanding

Grant Welker |

What started as a one-time business service event strictly for Devens now encompasses nearly three dozen communities throughout New England.

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