NECEC in the News

Massachusetts industry stakeholders spotlight the need to focus less on the tech, and more on people and legacy systems.

They work to spread misinformation about and kindle opposition to clean energy projects and technologies.

The Intersection of climate policy, fossil-fuel industry influence, misinformation, and polarization has never been more pronounced than in today’s world. Recent developments, from the rising influence of far-right ideologies to...

Emily Reichert, of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and Joseph Curtatone, president of the Northeast Clean Energy Council, joined “@Issue” to discuss Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey’s push to make the...

Jupiter Power’s proposal to build grid-scale batteries across 20 acres would be among the largest such project in New England

Deceptive and high-pressure sales tactics in third-party solar deals can leave rooftop solar panel customers in a lurch. Under the deals, aggressively marketed these days in communities of color, homeowners pay...

The “grid expansion rule,” unveiled a couple of days ago by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is one of the most far-reaching energy policies to date, with implications not just...

Salespeople might stop people outside of grocery stores or call on the phone or knock on a front door. They’ll say they’re working with the utility company and want to...

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...

NEXT MONTH, Boston will host ClimaTech, a new, global leadership conference that will bring together organizations from various states and countries to highlight and discuss innovation and economic opportunities in...