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Stimulus expectations run high

Billions set to go to industries on upswing in state

Executive director of the New England Clean Energy Council Nick d'Arbeloff thinks Evergreen Solar, which manufactures solar panels at a plant in Devens, could be one the companies to benefit from stimulus money. Executive director of the New England Clean Energy Council Nick d'Arbeloff thinks Evergreen Solar, which manufactures solar panels at a plant in Devens, could be one the companies to benefit from stimulus money. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff/File 2008)
By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / February 13, 2009

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Massachusetts companies could benefit from the billions of dollars earmarked for clean energy, medical research, and other industries in the economic stimulus package, which is nearing approval by Congress. (Full article: 909 words)

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