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Blackburn Energy Secures Investments for Charging Solution

April 23, 2020

Blackburn Energy Inc. recently secured funding through a round of investments to fuel growth through sales of its flagship product, RelGen, a patented battery charging solution that reduces fuel spend, improves uptime, and cuts emissions, according to the company.

Amesbury names new economic development director

February 25, 2020

A municipal planner with two decades of experience is taking over as the city’s new director of community and economic development....“Right now, we have CI Works and Trades Mill (on Chestnut Street),” Cleveland said. “We have some great businesses already happening in the manufacturing world. Let’s keep moving on that and put ourselves on the map on a national scale. There are organizations that can help us do that and I already have great relationships with a lot of those folks.”

CI Works Welcomes Nuclear Safety Advocacy Group to Amesbury

January 08, 2020

It’s the dawn of a new decade, and C-10 has a new home. C-10 Research and Education Foundation has moved from Newburyport to CI Works, 11 Chestnut St., Amesbury. - The Newburyport Current 

Exploring Mill 4 with Amesbury Carriage Museum

December 18, 2019

"Mill 4 is one of Amesbury’s most distinctive industrial buildings. Built beginning in 1853, this five-story building is located in the lower millyard at the end of the run of the Powow River. A close look at the building from Mill Street, you will notice a round hole – probably 8 feet in diameter - in the upstream side of the foundation. We asked ourselves – what is this for? Following is some of what we have learned..." - John Mayer, ACM Executive Director

LETTER: CI Works officials back Gray for mayor

October 16, 2019

We moved our business to Amesbury because of Mayor Ken Gray. If Ken Gray had never become mayor, our company – with its 225 jobs — would not be here. It’s that simple.

Energy Source Case Study: CI Works

May 03, 2019

CI Works, located in Amesbury, MA is a mill building that has been transformed into a multifunctional facility housing a number of small early stage businesses from a brewery to foam insulators, artists, lawyers, and many more. The facility dating over 100 years old totals over 50,000 square feet of office and manufacturing floor space which was comprised of inefficient and inadequate lighting systems and outdated thermostats. 

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Funding for Early Stage Clean Energy Companies

April 26, 2019

The Baker-Polito Administration today announced $529,600 in funding to support three early-stage clean energy technology companies. The funding, awarded through the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) InnovateMass program, will support clean energy innovators in Amesbury, Cambridge and Easthampton. The announcement was made by state energy officials during a tour of CI Works in Amesbury as part of the Commonwealth’s Earth Week celebrations.

Amesbury company receives state grant money for green project

April 27, 2019

AMESBURY — CIWorks was the setting Friday for a formal announcement on the next round of clean energy state grants from the InnovateMass program.

A state economic development agency established in 2009, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center promotes clean energy technologies, companies and projects.

A taste of Japan comes out of Amesbury

March 05, 2019

A life-changing moment can come when you least expect it. For Newton resident Sarah Sturtevant, it happened on a business trip to Japan in 2013. With no time for lunch, a colleague returned from a convenience store with the popular snack, onigiri — a rice ball in a triangle or cylinder shape with a savory filling wrapped in nori (dried seaweed). “I was hooked at first bite,” says Sturtevant. 

Sika® Flooring Announces Winners of Projects of the Year: Wells Restoration Presented with Industrial Flooring Award

February 26, 2019

Lyndhurst, NJ – February 26, 2019 – Sika Corporation’s Flooring business unit has recently selected the winners of its annual Project of the Year for projects completed in 2018.  Each year members of the Sikafloor® Partners Club submit projects to be rated on craftsmanship, design/aesthetics, incorporating special requests, overcoming challenges and overall customer satisfaction.  The projects are reviewed by a panel of industry experts and winners are selected in three main categories, along with one project receiving the Judge’s Choice Award.

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