suspends Attleboro clean energy project development
Waste-to-energy company, Ze-gen, headquartered
in Boston, Massachusetts, is suspending its $15 million clean
energy project planned for Attleboro, Massachusetts, due to falling
natural gas prices and a “more prolonged local regulatory review
process than anticipated.”
Chief operating officer, David Robertson,
said they would look to build their first clean energy commercial
plant at a different location.
“As a young technology company, our most
precious resource is the time and creative attention of our small
professional team. If the Attleboro Clean Energy Project was
already up and running, we could withstand the economic drop
in natural gas prices,” he said.