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In The Press

FireFlower Alternative Energy Completes Two New Solar Projects in Norwell, MA

September 07, 2018

​FireFlower Alternative Energy, has partnered with Village Automotive Group and MassAmerican Energy to develop 2 rooftop solar systems at 59 Pond Street and 75 Pond Street in Norwell, MA.

Planet Aid Installs 539-kw Milford Solar Array

September 28, 2017

Global development nonprofit Planet Aid's facility in Milford is now equipped with a 539-kilowatt solar array thanks to a Boston-based alternative energy firm, FireFlower Alternative Energy.

FireFlower Alternative Energy Adds 583-kW System to Medical Supply Facility

September 01, 2017

FireFlower Alternative Energy, has partnered with Geriatric Medical & Surgical Supply and MassAmerican Energy to develop a large rooftop solar array at 28 Torrice Drive in the city of Woburn.

FireFlower Alternative Energy Adds Solar to Massachusetts High School

May 02, 2017

FireFlower Alternative Energy has partnered with Xaverian Brothers High School to build a rooftop solar array in Westwood, Massachusetts. The solar array covers approximately 32,000 square feet of rooftop and has a capacity of 326 kilowatts.

FireFlower Alternative Energy and Janco Development Complete Solar Development

April 12, 2017

Local company, FireFlower Alternative Energy, has partnered with Janco Development to build a sizeable rooftop solar array at Cordage Commerce Center atop one of its historic mill buildings located at 10 Cordage Park Circle in Plymouth.

Turnkey Guidance on Solar Projects

August 03, 2015

Kathy Doyle is founder of FireFlower Alternative Energy and is now handling some of the region’s largest commercial solar projects.

CEO Corner

September 21, 2014

CEO and Founder Kathy Doyle Featured on NECN’s CEO Corner.

Solar Panel Roof Fuels Industrial Boston Building

May 18, 2013

The project’s developer, Kathleen Doyle of FireFlower Alternative Energy of Boston, said that by displacing fossil fuels, the rooftop plant will avoid the release of some 366 tons of harmful carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.

Boston's Largest Solar Rooftop Development Brought to Life by FireFlower Alternative Energy

May 16, 2013

Local company FireFlower Alternative Energy has partnered with First Highland Management & Development to develop the largest rooftop solar array in the City of Boston.  The project is located in the Boston/Dedham Commerce Park at 65 Sprague Street. The solar array covers 120,000 square feet of rooftop and has a 974-kilowatt capacity. 

Doyle Launches New Venture – FireFlower Alternative Energy

July 15, 2009

Starting a business in a tough economy is hard. So perhaps it was the successful long-term growth of the first venture that led Kathy Doyle, CEO and Founder of FireFlower Alternative Energy to want to do it again.

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