By Boston Business Journal

A Boston law firm that is owed $711,872, tops the list of unsecured creditors named in Beacon Power Corp.â¿¿s Chapter 11 filing in in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.

Beacon Power named its 20 largest unsecured creditors in its Chapter 11 filing, and listed law firms, consultants, construction companies, utilities and facilities service providers who are owed sums ranging from $11,769 for Ohio⿿s Quality Energy Consulting LLC to the more than $700,000 owed to the Back Bay law firm of Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP. Beacon Power noted that the legal bill is ⿿subject to setoff,⿝ which typically means that the bill could be reduced if the law firm holds Beacon assets or owes Beacon money itself.

Ranking second on the list of creditors for energy flywheel maker Beacon and its subsidiaries in Stephentown, N.Y., is Carleton Technologies Inc., a Maryland business unit of Britainâ¿¿s Cobham PLC. Carleton says that it provides pressure technology solutions, and is listed as being owed $200,000.

Construction and real estate firm Markovich Inc. of Montana is listed as being owed $190,000.

The list then drops to $89,088 with a trade claim by LeChase Construction Services LLC of Schenectady N.Y., which is about 40 miles west of Stephentown, the location of Beaconâ¿¿s first production facility near the Massachusetts border.

SAIC subidiary R.W. Beck Federal Inc. of Seattle, Wash., now known as SAIC Energy Environmental & Infrastructure LLC is listed as being owed $80,562. According to SAIC the creditor provides lifecycle energy and environmental services.

Energy utility National Grid is listed as being owed $54,079, followed by the law firm of Nixon Peabody LLP at $53,333.

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