Earlier this week, NECEC Institute teamed up with Green Light New York to bring together real estate executives and cleantech founders at a unique event to explore challenges in adopting new building technologies.
Vote Solar and the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) released the 2014 edition of Freeing the Grid, a policy guide that grades all 50 states on their net metering and interconnection procedures. In concert with one another, these policies empower energy customers to use rooftop solar and other small-scale renewables to meet their own electricity needs. States nationwide have generally upheld their 2013 grades and all New England states remained in the ‘A’ to ‘B’ grade range in the net metering category.
The Norhteast's cleantech innovation community was well-represented at the National Renewable Energy Lab's (NREL) Industry Growth Forum last month in Denver. Over the two day conference I heard from exciting companies...
NECEC's 7th Annual Green Tie Gala took place on October 30th at the Fairmont Copley Hotel.
With corporate sustainability a significant priority for businesses both large and small today, reducing energy use and shifting towards renewable energy are becoming driving factors to achieve sustainability goals, and...
Congratulations to all of the finalists for our 2014 Green Tie Gala Awards. Tickets are still available for this unique celebration of the New England clean energy industry ‘s growth and accomplishments over the year.
The Cleantech Group’s sixth annual Global Cleantech 100 report recognizes eight NECEC members for being some of the leading entrepreneurs across the breadth of the clean technology and resource efficiency theme.
The 2014 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report was recently released. Prepared by BW Research Partnership for the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, the report has lots of good news about job growth. Here are six graphics to get you interested.
Yesterday, NECEC President Peter Rothstein and I joined a number of clean energy business leaders, public officials and some enthusiastic students and educators at Boston’s Green Academy, where Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick announced for that the third-straight year the state’s clean energy sector has seen double digit job growth.
William Gallagher Associates’ Renewable Energy and Clean Technology Team continue to expand its practice through the successful addition of several new wind developers and their projects. These