NECEC in the News

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...

Today, our President Joe Curtatone had the pleasure of hosting Joe Kennedy III, President of Citizens Energy Corporation, at the Newsfeed Cafe in the Boston Public Library for an insightful interview on WGBH's Jim and Margery show (jim braude and Eagan Margery)

The push for a major state investment in climate tech is on, and big business is on board.

Somerville-based Greentown Labs, the largest climate-tech incubator in North America and an early symbol of the region’s promise as a hub for addressing the climate crisis, is laying off 30 percent of its staff, the company announced Friday.

Meeting clean energy goals will require both innovative approaches and collaboration, two experts told Boston Public Radio on Thursday.

Joe Curtatone, president of the Northeast Clean Energy Council, said he’s concerned about whether Massachusetts can meet its goal of 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

Vermont Business Magazine Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, the statewide, nonprofit business association with a mission to leverage the power of business for positive social and environmental impact, is pleased to welcome four new members to the organization’s Board of Directors: Kelly Clements of Gordon’s Window Decor, Chad Farrell of Encore Renewable Energy, Mel Hall of Global Village Foods, and Ruchi Nadkarni of Fringe Impact.

Completion of federal review represents critical step in permitting for lease area with potential to provide approximately 2 Gigawatts of clean, reliable power to the region.

Selling the long-term narrative to the public on the significance of clean energy infrastructure is as important as any technical barriers to infrastructure development, a panel of energy experts emphasized at Greentown Labs on March 21.