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October 30, 2015

Mapping Wind Energy in Massachusetts

With the recent completion of a wind turbine project at the Lynn Water and Sewer Commission, Massachusetts is now up to 107 megawatts of installed wind capacity, enough to power more than 32,000 average households here in the Commonwealth. Now you can learn about the Lynn project and others... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

Warm Up, Save Money This Winter

Electricity prices are increasing dramatically this winter season, with residential rates jumping by 29 to 37 percent across most of... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

Here Comes the Sun

It may have been raining outside, but the smiles were beaming bright during a recent event at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum as Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Maeve Vallely Bartlett announced the participants in a... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

An Underground Solution

Energy and where we get it from has become a major global issue for the modern era, with a growing understanding that fossil fuels are not a permanent solution to the massive and ever-growing demand for energy. Renewable energy is all about harnessing the energy that surrounds us, such as sunlight... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

Local Results, National Recognition

Already a hit among students and clean energy companies across the Commonwealth, MassCEC's Clean Energy Internship Program has recently been racking up the hardware. Earlier this fall, the program, which funds internships for college students and... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

Driving Innovation in the Commonwealth

Wednesday was an exciting day for cleantech collaboration and innovation in Massachusetts!  To kick off the day at MassCEC’s Forum 20/20 conference, MassCEC CEO Alicia Barton joined Dr. Cheryl... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

The Global Fight Against Climate Change

A global push towards clean energy would result in cleaner air, healthier people and a booming economy. That was the case made Thursday by United States Secretary of State John... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

Takei Takes on Tech in Boston

These days, technology is progressing at a pace like never before. People today are having a harder time than ever discerning science fiction from, you know, actual science. George Takei can certainly relate – he’s been going to warp speed since 1966. While we can’t bend space and time just yet,... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

Learning on the Job in Lawrence

One of the more common critiques that we at MassCEC hear over and over again from employers is that students need to be receiving education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at a younger and younger age in order to prepare themselves for jobs in the rapidly expanding clean... READ THE FULL POST

October 30, 2015

A Chilly Solution to the Dog Days of Summer

On a hot summer's day, one can't blame an office worker on Boston's waterfront from looking longingly out the Harbor, dreaming of getting out on the water to beat the heat. But now, imagine using the chilly waters of the Harbor to actually cool those nearby office buildings through the dog days of... READ THE FULL POST

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