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HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING has named eNow's solar-electric refrigeration system for tractor trailers one of its top products of the year. / COURTESY ENOW

ENow wins award from Heavy Duty Trucking magazine

WARWICK – Heavy Duty Trucking magazine awarded renewable-energy system company eNow’s solar-electric system for tractor-trailers one if its top 20 products of the year,...
ASPEN AEROGELS reported a $34.4 million loss in 2018.

Aspen Aerogels reports $34.4M loss in 2018

NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. – Aspen Aerogels Inc. reported a loss of $34.4 million, or $1.45 per diluted share, in 2018 compared with a $19.3 million...

E-commerce can’t be winner-take-all

Small businesses are a pillar of capitalism and of a healthy economy. They provide a path into the middle and upper-middle class for people...

How to win a tech cold war

If a digital Iron Curtain is falling between the U.S. and China, America seems increasingly eager to yank its side down. A hasty and...

Fehn office-chair designers plan upgrade, South by Southwest exhibit

BRISTOL – A design startup company that created a chair for stand-up desks, The Fehn, plans to improve its product, adding new technology.The company...

Five Questions With: Kim Testa

Rhode Island native Kim Testa is executive vice president of the Bureau of Internet Accessibility Inc., or BoIA, heading up the group’s revenue and...

UMass Dartmouth engineering group plans student learning, design challenge

DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Society of Women Engineers will host an event for middle school students on Feb. 21 as part...

Mortgage shopping service Own Up now offered in Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE – A Boston-based company that serves as a personal shopping service for people seeking home mortgages is expanding its business into five states,...

Infosys arrives full of optimism

Providence got a glimpse of a potential future recently, with the official opening of Infosys Ltd.’s Providence Design and Innovation Center.Attended by a full...
AN AERIAL VIEW shows more than 9,000 solar panels clustered to form the A Street solar energy farm, located at a former landfill in Johnston. The facility will be used to generate power for Johnston and Providence. / COURTESY SOUTHERN SKY RENEWABLE ENERGY RI

Have the tariffs on imported solar panels been worth it?

When the Trump administration put tariffs on imported solar panels (mainly from China), the solar power industry expected that it would suffer as a...
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