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Why We're Bringing the Northeast Clean Energy Business Community to COP21

As nearly 150 world leaders embark upon Paris this week to kick off the two-week long United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21), we here at NECEC are preparing to bring...

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Cuomo wants 50% Renewables in New York by 2030 Goal

In last week's New York Times, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo floated an encouraging policy proposal for renewable energy in the Empire State. The proposal would direct the New York Public...

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Setting the Record Straight on Solar Costs

With just a few days left for lawmakers on Beacon Hill to raise the solar net metering cap and allow strong solar development to continue in Massachusetts, it seems that some stakeholders are spreading misinformation to claim that solar is not a valuable investment for customers in our Commonwealth. The Associated Industries of Massachusetts published a blog this weekend that overstated the cost of solar to customers, did not take into account the benefits and accused the solar industry of refusing to discuss the cost of solar incentives. 

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Another Great Green Tie Gala

Thank you to the NECEC members, public officials, entrepreneurs and other members of the Northeast clean energy community who attended our 8th Annual Green Tie Gala last Thursday at the Hyatt...

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Congrats to the 2015 Cleantech Open Northeast Winners

After a busy day of judging last week at the Cleantech Open Northeast Regional Final Judging event in New York City, Cleantech Open Northeast, the Northeast Division of Cleantech Open,...

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Accelerating Markets in Clean Energy

As part of NECEC’s Northeast Cleantech & Energy Innovation Tour, we hosted an exciting panel of energy policy and clean energy experts on October 19th at New York Law School to discuss why the Northeast is the best place for companies to start, scale and succeed in clean energy, while delivering global impact with economic, energy and environmental solutions.

 





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Help Raise New Hampshire's Net Metering Caps

New Hampshire is the latest state in the region to hit it’s net metering cap, impacting the state’s solar development. Legislators and stakeholders in New Hampshire are currently discussing how to expeditiously raise the cap on net metering, as well as what the Granite State’s future solar program will look like.

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Maine's Cleantech Scene Shines at E2Tech Expo

I had the pleasure of joining more than 400 attendees at the E2Tech Expo in Portland on October 1. The day was made up of inspiring an intriguing discussions, panels,...

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Utilities, Clean Energy Leaders Discuss MA's Grid Mod Plans

The September 25th Raab Roundtable focused mainly on the Massachusetts grid modernization filings by National Grid, Eversource, and Unitil.  

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Gov Shumlin: Clean Energy is Working for Vermont

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin released the 2015 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report today, and the results are very good news for the Green Mountain State.  

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