Devens infill and development

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Oct 14, 2009
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Amazon-Backed Clean Energy Startup To Open Major Factory In Mass.

Electric Hydrogen signed a 187K SF lease at 33 Jackson Road in Devens.

“A Natick-based cleantech company has signed a 187K SF lease to open a new factory at King Street Properties' campus in Devens, the second major clean energy company to come to the area.
Electric Hydrogen, a company specializing in green hydrogen, signed a deal for what it calls the largest electrolyzer factory in the world at 33 Jackson Road.”


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True... it's probably a VC scam.
I hate to be a pessimist but when the Amazon name is attached to the project you can't help but be skeptical. But before I totally write it off I did a quick search and it appears Massachusetts has been putting in the effort to keep the long closed base at the forefront in terms of development. Devens project sheet PDF and a Globe paywall article. Also I'm surprised to see a portion of the base was re-opened for weapons training. I lived next door in Harvard in 80s (worked at Moore Lumber for a summer) and knew the base was an economic engine for the area so to see the continued effort to keep it producing some economic activity is a good thing. One cloud that hurt Devens reputation was the solar panel factory that went out of business in 2008 after opening with 50 million in tax breaks which put the base in a bad light. I think that was a political attack story more than anything else but it was a big news story. I'm glad to see the base is still growing.
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