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With the release of the 2016 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), it is clear that the Northeast clean energy economy is continuing to...

Clean energy policy, innovation, and business leadership were front and center themes at our  Annual Meeting this week, which brought together nearly 100 NECEC  Members and Sponsors for a half-day...

More than 300 people attended the second annual E2Tech Expo earlier this month at the University of Southern Maine in Portland. Attendees were treated to an engaging day of panel...

Dear NECEC Community,   The 2016 Presidential election has touched a nerve for so many of us.   As leaders in an industry building businesses and creating jobs in clean...

NECEC’s Cleantech Navigate Northeast program brought together clean energy and cleantech start-ups, investors, and corporate leaders at NECEC Sponsor PwC last week for a successful edition of one of our...

Tomorrow, the United Nation’s pivotal Paris climate agreement will officially be ratified. With a vote of approval by the European Union last month, the agreement crossed the threshold of 55...

Fifteen miles off the coast of Rhode Island, the US offshore wind industry has taken a giant step forward. With Deepwater Wind’s Block Island Wind Farm constructed and set to...

Just days after the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) released its comprehensive energy storage report State of Charge, NECEC and Foley Hoag...

Nearly one month after Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed this year’s landmark energy bill into law, the Commonwealth began the journey to developing the 1600 MW of offshore wind generation prescribed in the legislation.

It’s no secret that outstanding talent from leading colleges and universities is a key advantage for Massachusetts.  Access to talent is one of the main reasons that the Bay State is home to so many clean energy companies.  For proof of that advantage, one need only review results from the 2016 Clean Energy Industry Summer Internship Program from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC).