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SOMERVILLE, MA, June 6, 2024 - Cleantech Open Northeast (CTONE), the northeast region of the nation’s largest cleantech startup accelerator, has welcomed 43 startups across the Northeast into its 2024...

NECEC President Joe Curtatone In his recent op-ed, Mike Giaimo, the regional director for the Northeast at the American Petroleum Institute, discusses the challenges faced by Connecticut’s energy sector and argues...

For decades, a major point of concern for renewable energy has been its intermittency and lack of energy production when the wind and sun are gone. Last Monday's solar eclipse,...

The money will be targeted toward emission reductions, policy, and workforce development.

Funds will support companies developing emissions-free cement, offshore wind anchor technology, electric vehicle batteries, and more.

NECEC hosted this annual event to help foster relationships, engage with lawmakers and regulators, and empower them with the knowledge and confidence needed to drive progress toward shared clean energy and climate goals.

More than a dozen NECEC member companies representing an array of sectors joined NECEC in Augusta on February 1 for our 2024 Maine Clean Energy Day. It was an energizing day where we met with key state leaders, and developers and innovators got to share their insights on how Maine can be a leader in the climate economy.

NECEC announced its annual award winners at last night’s Green Future Gala event at the Westin Copley Plaza in Boston, headlined by Vineyard Wind taking home the coveted NECEC Clean Energy Company of the Year award.

Finalists have been announced for the Northeast Clean Energy Council's 2023 awards. The categories include Clean Energy Company of the Year, Emerging Company of the Year, Startup Supporter of the Year, Partnership of the Year and a new award for Community Impact Champion,

The global cleantech innovation ecosystem convened for the regional finals of the 18th annual Cleantech Open Northeast Accelerator Awards in Brooklyn, New York to compete for more than $60,000 in prizes and an opportunity to advance to a national finals round of competition. With nearly 50 companies competing for top prizes, this year’s competition had the highest participation of any contest in its history – a reflection of the surging momentum in innovation, entrepreneurialism, and demand for capital in the cleantech sector.