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FirstFuel Software Named Innovation All-Star

Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech Announce FirstFuel Software winner of Cleantech category for 2014’s Innovation All-Stars. 

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EnerNOC and Mintz Levin Sponsor New $5K Cleantech Open Northeast Award

Introducing the New Cleantech Open NE Cleanweb Award in partnership with EnerNOC and Mintz Levin.

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Cimetrics' Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Client Saves $152,173 in Annual Energy Costs in Single Building

Global Pharmaceutical Manufacturer saves $152,173 in annual energy costs in a single R&D building while improving comfort, sustainability, reliability and compliance. 

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Battery Extra Reconditions and Restores Lead Acid Battery Banks

NECEC member Sirius Integrator announces the new Battery Extra to recondition and restore lead acid battery banks. 

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Gravity Renewables Makes Renewable Energy Commitment with Skidmore College

First-of-its-kind agreement with Gravity Renewables will provide college reliable, predictable low-cost energy for decades.

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World’s First Eos Battery System in NYC Field Trial with Con Edison

Eos was featured on NBC New York as part of their NYC 2015: Potential Problems on the Horizon project. 

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GE and PurposeEnergy Inc. Collaborate to Recycle Industrial Wastewater While Generating Energy

GE (USA) and PurposeEnergy Inc. announced a collaboration whereby GE’s new anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) technology and PurposeEnergy’s Tribrid-Bioreactor will be combined as a solution to reuse industrial wastewater while also turning waste into energy.

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Ameresco Completes Two Landfill Conversions in California

Grand opening celebrations were held at Forward Landfill and Vasco Road Landfill to recognize the completion of the combined 8.6 MWe landfill gas-to-energy projects, which are expected to generate clean energy to power 5,100 local homes and businesses annually. 

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