New Hampshire’s clean and renewable energy industry gathered in Concord this past Tuesday for a highly successful day with Senators, media, and fellow colleagues all centered on the need to protect NH's only dedicated Renewable Energy Fund.
PowerOptions—Massachusetts’ largest energy buying group—is developing a new solar program aimed at saving time and money for members (which include nonprofit organizations and municipal and state facilities) by streamlining and standardizing the process for going solar.
The city of New Bedford has made great strides in establishing itself as a leader in renewable energy development. Currently, the city is second only to Honolulu in solar energy production per capita and in 2014 it purchased a remarkable 50 percent of its energy from solar.
More than a dozen representatives from NECEC member companies joined our policy team this Tuesday for our Third Annual Rhode Island Clean Energy Day.
Merging the Commonwealth’s industry-specific public agencies, such as the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, is misguided and would hurt the Commonwealth’s fastest-growing sectors.
Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo and General Treasurer Seth Magaziner announced plans this week for the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank (RIIB) to fund energy improvement projects.
NECEC’s New Hampshire State Coordinator Kate Epsen, the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association and CleanTech Council, released the following statement commenting on the news that Eversource Energy will sell it’s Public Service of New Hampshire electric generating facilities and form a Clean Energy Fund of $5 million to invest in energy efficiency and distributed generation projects.
More than 80 leaders in clean technology innovation, entrepreneurship and commercialization, came together for NECEC’s second annual Cleantech Navigate Northeast Summit at GE Global Research in Schenectedy, New York on...
Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matt Beaton kicked off an exciting first day at the annual PV America conference in Boston yesterday by reaffirming that the Baker Administration is committed to achieving the solar goal set by the previous administration to install at least 1600 megawatts of solar by 2020.
NECEC held it's third annual Connecticut Clean Energy Day in Hartford this week, where grid modernization and renewable energy took center stage.