New Jersey energy company plans to relocate to Johnston

JOHNSTON – A New Jersey-based energy company plans to relocate its headquarters to Johnston where it wants to invest $10 million to build a 7-megawatt, medical waste-to-energy power plant. Nicholas B. Campanella, CEO of Sun Pacific Holding Corp., told Providence Business News on Monday the company also plans to grow up to 50 employees and…

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