A 1.7-megawatt SunPower solar project on "The Mountain" at Bose Corporation's headquarters in Massachusetts is now generating power.
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Bose Corporation has just brought a 1.7 megawatt solar installation online.
The fixed-tilt, ground mounted array of nearly 4000 solar panels is located on the southern side of what locals commonly refer to as "Bose Mountain" an industrial area off Route 9, near the Southborough town line.
The array which was designed, constructed and financed by SunPower® (www.sunpower.com), is expected to generate 2.4 million kilowatt hours of energy per year.
Through a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement, SunPower will operate and maintain the solar installation which Bose anticipates will provide a substantial portion of the electricity needs for the Bose Mountain campus.
In a press release describing the installation, Sam Nguyen, SunPower executive Vice President, Commercial Solar was quoted as saying "We're proud to be working with Bose to further advance solar development in the Commonwealth, and to support the company's [Bose] commitment to long-term sustainability as a leading global brand."
For more information, contact:
Framingham, MA 01701
262 Washington Street Suite 700
Boston, MA 02108
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Bose Corporation of Framingham, MA (USA) initiates trade complaint over in-ear devices.
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Upon a complaint from Bose Corporation, (Framingham, MA), regarding "ear bud" type earphone devices, the U.S. International Trade Commission, (USITC), has instituted a "Section 337" investigation of Monster, Inc. (Brisbane, CA USA -- a company best known as the maker of Monster® Cable), Monster, LLC (Las Vegas, NV USA), and Monster Technology International, Ltd., (Ennis, County Clare, Ireland).
According to the USITC websites, a Section 337 investigation ...[read more]
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FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Framingham Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 9:15 p.m. in the Blumer Community Room of the Memorial Building, 150 Concord Street, Framingham, Massachusetts to consider the application of Framingham CFII, LP and The Congress Group Inc. for a Special Permit for Land Disturbance.
The permit is in regards to a proposal to construct two six-story buildings which will be connected by a common connector building at 125, 135 and 137 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The properties consist of the former home of International Paper and other office buildings built in the 1960's and 1970's. The properties are in the Framingham Industrial Park, (which is located between Rt. 30, Rt.9 and the MassPike and is best known as the home of ...[read more]
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