FirstLight Power Elects Phil Giudice Board Chair

July 10, 2020

FirstLight Power, operator of Northfield Mountain energy storage facility and other hydroelectric, solar, and energy-storage assets in Massachusetts and Connecticut, has elected Phil Giudice as chair of its board of directors. Mr. Giudice is a former Massachusetts Undersecretary of Energy and Commissioner of Energy Resources; a current director of the Northeast Clean Energy Council and […]

FirstLight VP Tom Kaslow to Join NECA “Energy Security” Policy Webcast

June 9, 2020

The Northeast Energy and Commerce Association has invited FirstLight Vice President of Market Policy Tom Kaslow to join its June 10 online webcast panel discussion about energy security policies. As owner and operator of Northfield Mountain, the pumped-storage hydropower facility that can begin producing power for 1 million homes with less than 10 minutes notice, […]

FirstLight Power Announces Limited Reopening of   Recreation Facilities

June 1, 2020

FirstLight Power today announced updates to the availability of its recreation facilities in Massachusetts in accordance with Governor Baker’s Phase I reopening guidelines, effective immediately. The facilities at Northfield Mountain, Riverview Park, and Barton Cove are now open for trail and open space use only. Restroom facilities and picnic tables at these parks are not […]

FirstLight’s Danny Deane Honored By “Forty Under 40”

May 20, 2020

One of Cabot Hydro Station’s Maintenance Operators, Danny Deane, was honored last week by Business West’s “Forty Under Forty”, which recognizes  rising stars across our region – individuals who excel in business and involvement within the community – and celebrates their accomplishments. Danny not only keeps things humming at Cabot, he also serves as the […]

FirstLight Power Reminds Public to Practice Safe Boating

May 15, 2020

With the seasonal boat barrier now reinstalled on the Connecticut River above the dam at Barton Cove in Gill and Montague, Massachusetts, FirstLight Power is urging the boating public to practice safety and exercise caution when enjoying this popular warm-weather recreational resource. “Memorial Day is the traditional start of boating season, but river currents can […]