- July 26, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
Congresswoman Lori Trahan, along with Sen. Ed Markey and Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, announced on Tuesday that $3.8 million in federal funding was awarded to small businesses in the 3rd District that are working on advanced scientific tools and clean energy projects.
The funding comes as part of 110 grants across 26 states for projects pursuing technological solutions that support the Biden-Harris Administration’s clean energy goals — in areas varying from cybersecurity, renewable energy, carbon management, grid reliability and fusion energy.
“From Andover to Chelmsford to Marlboro, the small business innovators here in Massachusetts’ Third Congressional District are proving critical to solving the challenges we face as a nation,” Trahan said in a statement. “These grants are necessary investments in organizations like Triton, Solid Material Solutions, Physical Sciences, and Aspen Products Group uniquely focused on creating a…