As part of the New England Clean Energy Council’s (NECEC) Third Annual Maine Clean Energy Day, executives representing NECEC member companies visited the Maine State House today to showcase the state’s vibrant clean energy industry and the benefits it provides Maine.
On February 26, 2015, the New York Public Service Commission released its first major order in the REV proceeding. NECEC joined its New York partners Advanced Energy Economy and ACE New York to comment on the so-called "Track One" order, which lays out the basic policy framework for REV and its implementation and sets a timeline for the next phases of the proceeding.
NECEC’s priority is to ensure a cleaner, cheaper and more reliable energy future for Connecticut. NECEC stands ready to work with legislators and policymakers to refine proposed bills in the following areas and to implement the recommendations in the Draft 2014 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), where legislation is needed.
As part of the New England Clean Energy Council’s (NECEC) Third Annual Connecticut Clean Energy Day, executives representing NECEC member companies will visit the Connecticut State Capitol tomorrow to showcase the state’s vibrant clean energy industry and the benefits it provides Connecticut.
NECEC and its Maine Affiliate E2Tech submitted the following letter regarding MPUC Docket Number 2014-00024 regarding reconsideration of “Request for Proposals for Long-Term Contracts for Capacity Resources and Associated Energy” proceeding through the Maine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC).
The Mass Solar Coalition, which is coordinated by New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC), Solar Energy Business Association of New England (SEBANE), Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Vote Solar, today announced its support for proposed legislation to extend the Net Metering and Solar Task Force report deadline and raise the state’s net metering cap to maintain solar development while the Task Force develops a long-term comprehensive solution to ensure the growth of solar in Massachusetts.