Blog

Why A Blog?

We want to make it easier for our community to have conversations, to highlight the challenges our sector faces, to celebrate its success stories, and, yes, occasionally to brag on New England's clean energy leadership. And we want to help communicate to others the crucial importance of clean energy.

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Trickle up: Combatting Federal Inaction

This post first appeared on Rasky Baerlein's blog. In December 2010, Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Ian Bowles, released the Massachusetts Clean Energy and Climate...

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Cleantech Venture Capital in 2015

This post was first published at Greentech Media. We've been talking about the need for new investment models in cleantech venture capital for some time now....

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Weekly Clean Energy Links 3-15-11

U-Launch (a partnership between the Council and multiple other org's) announced its first round of awards to startups this week, and make sure to check out Peter Rothstein's op-ed at...

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Clean energy innovation: An investment in the future

As Congress debates the federal budget, it should prioritize investment in one emerging innovation sector of particular economic and strategic importance: Clean energy.

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Training Clean Energy Capitalists

Our region—and the greater Boston area in particular—is the home for world-leading research institutions and has no shortage of talented, experienced entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs. The trick is helping these successful innovators transition from sectors like IT or biotech into clean energy.

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The Innovation Consortium Approach

In order to bridge the gap between academic research and entrepreneurial innovation, state and federal officials, universities, and members of the business community are beginning to collaborate on “innovation ecosystems” or “innovation consortia” to help address the gap between university discovery and commercial success.

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The Innovation Consortium Approach

In order to bridge the gap between academic research and entrepreneurial innovation, state and federal officials, universities, and members of the business community are beginning to collaborate on “innovation ecosystems” or “innovation consortia” to help address the gap between university discovery and commercial success.

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The Innovation Consortium Approach

In order to bridge the gap between academic research and entrepreneurial innovation, state and federal officials, universities, and members of the business community are beginning to collaborate on “innovation ecosystems” or “innovation consortia” to help address the gap between university discovery and commercial success.

Read more …

The Innovation Consortium Approach

In order to bridge the gap between academic research and entrepreneurial innovation, state and federal officials, universities, and members of the business community are beginning to collaborate on “innovation ecosystems” or “innovation consortia” to help address the gap between university discovery and commercial success.

Read more …