NECEC Blog

NECEC celebrates the inauguration of President Biden and Vice President Harris and the President’s executive order recommitting the U.S. to the Paris Climate Agreement.

In the Northeast cleantech ecosystem, we talk a lot about the many ways the members of our community intersect, collaborate, and partner to drive innovation and tackle our world’s biggest climate, clean energy, and environmental challenges. Nowhere is the power of this ecosystem more visible than in Cleantech Open Northeast and Greentown Labs.

NECEC Sponsor Foley Hoag LLP examines how the Massachusetts Climate Bill moves the needle on the state's ambitious climate goals.

Nearly every Northeast has adopted ambitious climate goals and plans consistent with current climate science. But planning for meeting climate commitments is not enough - we must take swift and decisive action to set ourselves on a path to a cleaner future.

Of the 414 cleantech startup alumni of Cleantech Open Northeast, 283 are currently active. Given that Cleantech Open focuses on accelerating early-stage (mostly pre-revenue and pre-customer) startups, this 68% success...

For many years, the Northeast United States has been a leader in advancing innovative technologies that reduce emissions and drive economic growth.  As state and local governments, regional stakeholders, and...

The second webinar of our 2020 Navigate Webinar Series was brought to you in partnership with NYSERDA, which works to advance energy innovation, technology, and investment in New York State,...

On June 25, 2020, NECEC held its fifth annual Cleantech Financial Innovation Summit virtually over Zoom, exploring the key challenges and barriers the Northeast faces when financing cleantech and sharing...

Taking advantage of the financial benefits from purchasing and installing solar PV projects is relatively straightforward for homeowners and for-profit businesses – there’s an upfront capital cost of the project...

In 2019, there was good news on the decarbonization front: a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from the US power sector. Still, there is a long way to go to...