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NECEC President Peter Rothstein Comments on energy issues addressed by Governor Baker.

NECEC (Northeast Clean Energy Council and NECEC Institute) today announced that it is leading a delegation of Northeast clean energy company executives to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21)...

NECEC (The Northeast Clean Energy Council and NECEC Institute) tonight announced its Eighth Annual “Green Tie Gala” awards, honoring E2Tech, Cambrian Innovation and Nexamp for their leadership and contributions to...

Formalizing its commitment to greater clean energy economy growth across the seven states of New England and New York, NECEC changes the name of its business member organization from "New England" to the Northeast Clean Energy Council.

NECEC today announced that seven outstanding clean energy companies and organizations and two individuals have been selected finalists for its annual Green Tie Gala Awards. Winners will be announced on...

The closure of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant is a significant loss of the Commonwealth’s non-emitting electricity generation. However, there are large amounts of in-region large-scale clean energy resources that can...

NECEC (The New England Clean Energy Council) is pleased to see the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) Grid Modernization Proceeding move forward with the filing this week of 10-year...

NECEC (New England Clean Energy Council) issued the following statement regarding An Act Relative to a Long-Term, Sustainable Solar Industry, filed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.

The Massachusetts Solar Coalition, an alliance of solar and clean energy industry organizations, businesses and solar and environmental advocates, commends Senator Ben Downing and the Massachusetts Senate on the July 23rd passage of SB 1979, a bill that, among other things, would lift caps on solar net metering, one of the most important solar policies in the Commonwealth.  The Coalition also welcomes last week’s announcement by Governor Charlie Baker that he will file a bill in the near future that will address the need to raise the net metering caps.

Following the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) release of the final rule for carbon emissions from existing power plants under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act, commonly referred to as the Clean Power Plan (CPP), NECEC (the New England Clean Energy Council) and leading clean energy businesses issued the following statements.