Clean Tech Tuesday for Boston Companies

19 January of 2010 by

newspaper Clean Tech Tuesday for Boston Companies

The new year in Boston has only brought an increase of activity inthe clean tech sector. Federal money from the stimulus package hasbegan to trickle in resulting in a new state solar incentive,whilethe new state energy efficiency program is getting developed and willbe released shortly. Boston based companies have continued to signdeals, get government money, and expand into international operations.

Which of these stories is most interesting to you? As always, I’dlove to hear your favorite stories from Boston or around the country.Please share via twitter with #cleantechtuesday

NREL contract prompts Spire to make concentrator solar cell

Industry sector: Solar

January 12, 2010

New England firms win share of $2.3B in cleantech tax credits

Industry sector: Government

January 13, 2010

EnerNOC Signs Demand Response Contract Expansion with Ontario Power Authority

Industry sector: Energy efficiency, Energy service

January 14, 2010

EnerNOC Wins Two Achievement Awards from the Climate Change Business Journal

Industry sector: Energy efficiency, Energy service

January 14, 2010

A123 Systems Signs Multi-Year Battery System Supply Agreement With Fisker Automotive

Title: A123 Systems Signs Multi-Year Battery System Supply Agreement With Fisker Automotive

Industry sector: Energy storage, Transportation, Utilities

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