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Hoku Corp.’s 3Q costs up; delays expected in production (access required)

While citing net losses of $3 million for its fiscal third quarter, Hoku Corporation said production at its Pocatello plant could be delayed by as much as six months. Scott Paul, president and CEO, said Feb. 10 from Honolulu, said ...

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M2M Communications purchased by EnerNOC (access required)

EnerNOC Inc. has acquired M2M Communications, Boise, in a $33.3 million cash and stock transaction announced Jan. 26. Both companies work in the utility sector. EnerNOC benefits by accessing M2M’s technology, while M2M now has access to Boston-based EnerNOC’s big ...

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Energy research money preserved as stimulus dries up (access required)

A lack of federal economic-stimulus dollars this year will not impact the Center for Advanced Energy Studies if lawmakers approve Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s proposed Idaho General Fund budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1. CAES would get ...

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Boise startup gives workers time to play (access required)

What would the geeks at MetaGeek do if they had more time to do what they want? Ryan Woodings, “chief geek” and CEO of the Boise startup, has been trying to find out since late August. The company, which makes ...

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Idaho wind farms want to sell energy credits

A company representing eight wind farms in south-central Idaho wants to sell renewable energy credits to California utilities while retaining the energy produced by the wind farms. Idaho Winds LLC petitioned the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Dec. 15 to approve ...

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Micron’s record year gives execs a boost (access required)

Micron Technology Inc. achieved record highs in revenue, income and cash flows in 2010, and the company’s top executives were rewarded for it. Company leaders received bonuses to make up for pay cuts in late 2008 and early 2009, and ...

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