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Midsummer NEWIEE Event Focuses on Building Consensus and Adapting to Change for Continued Clean Energy Growth

Last week, more than 100 women from throughout New England  traveled to Kingston, Rhode Island for a panel discussion hosted by New England Women in Energy and the Environment, or...

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Massachusetts Chambers Realize the Full Economic Potential of the Clean Energy Economy

Here at NECEC, our home state of Massachusetts proved itself a leader by embracing clean energy in last year's omnibus energy bill, which set out a series of procurements that...

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Exciting Month for Solar in Grafton, MA

As the summer heats up here in the Northeast, NECEC members are busy showing off the result of a busy spring with ribbon cuttings and celebrations of solar projects in...

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NECEC Summit Brings Together Industry Leaders to Develop Financing Solutions

More than 75 cleantech and clean energy leaders representing the investment community, startups, utilities and public officials gathered in New York City last week for NECEC’s Second Annual Cleantech Financial...

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An Opportunity for the Northeast to Lead - NECEC's Perspective on the Paris Climate Agreement

Last week’s news that President Trump would withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord was especially disappointing for our region’s clean energy industry. Please read NECEC’s press statement on what...

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Northeast States Walk the Walk on Cleantech, Clean Energy and Climate Leadership

While clean energy and cleantech is at risk of losing the vital federal support it’s had in recent years, here in the Northeast states are leading the transition to a...

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Built to Scale: Growing Gusts for the Offshore Wind Industry at NECEC Emerging Trends Series Forum

At long last, the U.S. offshore wind industry is poised to start scaling up in the Northeast. With ambitious procurement targets established in multiple states and the first RFPs under...

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An Update on Grid Mod in the Granite State

On March 20th, 2017, the NH Grid Modernization Working Group submitted its final report to the Public Utilities Commission. The extensive, 44 page-long document was the culmination of a 12-month...

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State Regulators Demonstrate Commitment to New England's Renewable Future

More than a hundred clean energy business leaders, policymakers, and stakeholders at last week’s 153rd New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable had their eyes set on the future of renewable energy in New England in 2030 and beyond. The main draw of the event was a...

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Undoing Clean Power Plan is a Missed Opportunity to Modernize US Energy System

This week, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order to begin undoing the US EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP), which mandates reductions in carbon emissions from the power sector. As...

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