The Boston Globe, “2015 top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts,” with Harvest Power, led by Kathleen Ligocki, coming in at #71. See the list.
PRESS RELEASE: Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) CEO Alicia Barton recently announced $1.1 million in funding for three projects across Massachusetts – in Bourne, Freetown, and Hadley – that will convert organic materials into energy via anaerobic digestion technology.
“Harvest Power is excited about the potential to bring a new clean energy project to the town of Bourne,” said Kathleen Ligocki, CEO of Harvest Power. “In the spirit of true public/private partnerships, the grant from MassCEC helps attract private capital to commercialize innovative clean technologies and bring them to Massachusetts communities.”
Living on Earth, “Power from Food Scraps,” Curwood – Podcast – 2013.09.20 http://www.loe.org/shows/segments.html?programID=13-P13-00038&segmentID=4
Greenbiz/NRDC Switchboard, “Massachusetts businesses stay ahead of food waste ban,” Dana Gunders, 2013.08.01 http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2013/08/01/massachusetts-businesses-ahead-ban-food-waste