All Entries in the Category : Energy

Alternative Energy and Industrial Power Segments

EV Makers Await More Battery Innovation

Electric vehicle batteries are progressing rapidly, but there’s still no sign on the horizon that the technology is going to revolutionize the auto industry anytime soon, experts said at The Battery Show in Detroit last week.

: Auto/Trans, Energy

Siemens to acquire Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion

German electronics and engineering company Siemens AG has reached a deal to acquire oilfield equipment maker Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion.

: Energy, Industrial

High-tech battery Xerion maker considers move to Dayton suburbs

A company making advanced batteries is considering a move to one of three Dayton suburbs.

: Energy

Boston builds a better bulb

The era of the ordinary light bulb is coming to a close. As energy-efficient LED lighting becomes more pervasive and affordable, a new wave of innovation is occurring in the lighting industry.

: Energy, Industrial |

Four MA startup incubators receive grants to help cleantech businesses

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Wednesday announced $305,000 in grants to help four small business incubators across the state.

: Energy |

WATT Fuel Cell moving specialty cell operation to Westmoreland County

WATT Fuel Cell Corp., a Port Washington, N.Y. -based maker of fuel cell components and systems, is moving its manufacturing operations to Westmoreland County, the Tribune-Review reported.

: Energy

Tecogen shares up 15% on news of heat-and-power unit sales

Shares of Waltham-based energy systems company Tecogen Inc. (Nasdaq: TGEN) were up 15 percent Tuesday after the company announced the sale of two of its units to a large New York City apartment complex.

: Energy |