NECEC Blog

Ørsted is committed to playing a central role in the fight against climate change, and we see huge
opportunity to advocate for, and act on, a rapid and biodiversity-positive energy transition. With
climate change driving biodiversity loss, we know that we must build clean energy in the right way, in
the right places, as quickly as possible. Biodiversity-positive renewable energy must become the
norm.

The numbers from NECEC Navigate's Investor Corporate Customer Connect (ICCC) program speak for themselves. Since 2016, the biannual event has helped 329 startups raise more than $2 billion in funding,...

NECEC has published a Municipal Guide to Inclusive Climate Action and Equitable Procurement along with Collaborating with Municipalities: A Climate Tech Startup's Guide to Successful Municipal Engagement.

Following are the remarks NECEC's retiring Government Relations Executive Dan Bosley delivered at NECEC’s 2023 Annual Legislative Roundup.

New York State will require that by 2045, all heavy duty vehicles (HDV) are zero-emission, and in preparation for this transition, implementing a test corridor would aid all stakeholders involved.

NECEC President Joe Curtatone supports a legislative override of Vermont Governor Phil Scott's veto in order to pass groundbreaking clean heating legislation.

NECEC President Joe Curtatone's statement on the court victory for the CMP power corridor that will bring clean hydropower from Québec into New England.

On April 10, Matthew Rolnick from FERC's Office of Public Participation visited NECEC and toured Greentown Labs.

The Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC) is proud to announce the hiring of Barry Reaves as its first-ever Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) & Workforce Development. Reaves will lead the organization's efforts to ensure that the elements of DEIJ are embedded as imperatives in NECECs mission, vision, values and strategic plan.

Commonwealth Fusion Systems officially cut the ribbon at their headquarters in Devens, MA. On hand were Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, Massachusetts Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey, Rep. Lori Trahan, Massachusetts Lt. Governor Kim Driscoll, MA Energy Secretary Rebecca Tepper and MA Economic Development Secretary Yvonne Hao. The company expects its prototype reactor to be ready in 2025 with commercial-scale reactors ready in 2030.