Officials from Syracuse University and the Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC) last week signed a memorandum of understanding forming a collaborative partnership between both organizations. The agreement aims to raise the visibility and impact of emerging research on clean climate technologies; increase engagement in the region for governments and businesses looking to meet their net-zero carbon transitions through clean energy policies and innovations; and create career-building experiential opportunities for students.
More than 300 people gathered at Greentown Labs in Somerville, MA for the 2022 Cleantech Open Northeast finals. The winners were battery tech innovator HiT Nano of Bordentown, NJ; electric engine producer Kasava Engineering of Hamburg, Germany; green fertilizer developer NTP Technologies of Mystic, CT; and lightweight solar panel company Verde Technologies of Burlington, VT.
More than 30 of the most innovative climate economy startups from the Northeast, Canada and around the world will give their best pitches for $60,000 in cash prizes at Greentown Labs on September 29th.
Power sector leaders from states across the northeast, major public utilities and the government of Quebec will gather for a summit in New York City to envision how the region’s electric grid needs to evolve in order to bring about the rapid transition to a clean energy future.
As the Massachusetts Legislature considers historic investments in clean energy, NECEC gathered a diverse group of industry supporters and advocacy allies to press for the state to maximize its commitment in order to unleash the most rapid and equitable transition to a climate economy.
FORGE, LineVision, PowerOptions, Solect, RWE Renewables, Diamond Offshore Wind and New England CFO Strategies’ Suzanne Oakley Honored with NECEC's 2021 Green Tie Gala Awards
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