Analog Devices Joins NECEC's Strategic Partner Network

BOSTON - NECEC today announced that Analog Devices, Inc., a leading global high-performance semiconductor company, has joined the organization's Strategic Partner Network (SPN). NECEC’s SPN is a membership network for global corporations focused on building relationships across the Northeast cleantech ecosystem.  

“Our Strategic Partner Network helps forge partnerships between industry leaders and energy entrepreneurs to drive innovative solutions for our global climate challenge,” said NECEC President Peter Rothstein. “We are pleased to have Analog Devices on board as a partner in this effort to foster deeper collaboration within our community and grow our region’s clean energy and cleantech markets.”

“Analog Devices is committed to developing innovative technology that creates a sustainable future,” said Patrick Morgan, Vice President of Automotive at Analog Devices. “We offer technologies that sense, process, and communicate data in vehicles, infrastructure, factories and more to power a greener world. We greatly look forward to working with NECEC to achieve a more resilient, inclusive, and clean energy future.”

Analog Devices’ battery management systems (BMS) have become an in-demand technology as the popularity of electric vehicles and electrification increases among consumers and across markets. Analog Devices’ BMS more accurately measures the miles per charge an electric vehicle can deliver and maximizes an electric vehicle battery's overall lifetime, thereby lowering the cost of ownership. The company’s BMS also unlock significant cost and safety benefits of battery technologies that are lower-cost, longer-life cycle, faster-charging, and eliminate reliance on unsustainable and unethical mining practices required for the production of other batteries. Learn more about Analog Devices’ BMS and its role in electric vehicle and electrification technology here.   

NECEC created SPN in 2014 to help leading corporations form partnerships within our community of cleantech startups and clean energy member companies to advance their energy and cleantech business strategies. NECEC hosts quarterly workshops and networking and educational events for SPN members, as well as market development sessions to grow strategic opportunities in the Northeast. NECEC also facilitates strategic market working groups to foster collaborative business opportunities and involve SPN members in our early-stage innovation programs Cleantech Open Northeast and Cleantech Navigate as sponsors, advisors, and potential partners or investors with the promising startups that participate in these programs. NECEC’s SPN Members include Analog Devices, Avangrid, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Direct Energy, Engie, Eversource, National Grid, Schneider Electric, and Shell.

About Analog Devices Inc.

Analog Devices is a leading global high-performance semiconductor company dedicated to solving the toughest engineering challenges. We enable our customers to interpret the world around us by intelligently bridging the physical and digital with unmatched technologies that sense, measure, power, connect and interpret. Visit


NECEC is the premier voice of businesses building a world-class clean energy hub in the Northeast, helping clean energy companies start, scale, and succeed with our unique business, innovation, and policy leadership. NECEC includes the Northeast Clean Energy Council, a nonprofit business member organization, and NECEC Institute, a nonprofit focused on industry research, innovation, policy development, and strategic communications. NECEC’s innovation program includes Cleantech Open Northeast, the Northeast affiliate of the national cleantech accelerator Cleantech Open, and Cleantech Navigate, which provides cleantech startups with curated connections to mentors, test sites, customers, corporate partners, and investors. NECEC brings together business leaders and key stakeholders to engage in influential policy discussions and business initiatives while building connections that propel the clean energy industry forward. Visit

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