New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC), Solar Energy Business Association of New England (SEBANE), Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) and Vote Solar today announced it has formed a new coalition to work with the Massachusetts Legislature, the new administration and other stakeholders to ensure the Commonwealth’s continued success in advancing solar energy.
NECEC (the New England Clean Energy Council) congratulates Representative Matthew Beaton on his appointment to the important role of Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs. NECEC President Peter Rothstein released the following statement regarding the appointment announced today by Governor-Elect Charlie Baker.
The New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC) today announced that GE Ventures, Schneider Electric and Northeast Utilities have joined NECEC’s Strategic Partner Network (SPN), aimed at helping leading global corporations grow their roles as strategic partners in energy innovation.
NECEC joined AEE Institute, the Alliance for Clean Energy New York and their respective member companies in submitting reply comments to the Track 1 Straw Proposal for the New York Public Service Commission's Reforming the Energy Vision.
The New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC) today issued the following statement around the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) State Energy Efficiency Scorecard, which ranked Massachusetts as the number one state in energy efficiency for the fourth year running with four New England states in the Top Ten.
In this letter in opposition to FERC Docket No. EL14-55, NECEC strongly urges the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to reject the FirstEnergy complaint, and thus allow demand response and energy efficiency to continue providing value to consumers, businesses, and wide array of both public and private organizations.
NECEC, which includes the New England Clean Energy Council and NECEC Institute, today announced 13 finalists for its Annual “Green Tie Gala” awards, honoring exceptional companies and individuals in the region’s clean energy industry.
The New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC) today issued the following statement around the 2014 Massachusetts Clean Energy report issued today by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC). The NECEC both applauded the strong jobs and economic numbers highlighted in the report while calling for the Commonwealth’s next governor to embrace and expand the state’s clean energy policies to build on the sector’s current momentum.
NECEC joined AEE Institute, the Alliance for Clean Energy New York and their respective member companies in submitting comments to the Track 1 Straw Proposal for the New York Public Service Commission's Reforming the Energy Vision.