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The first graduating class of the Successful Women in Clean Energy initiative.
February 13, 2017

Women Will Sell the Future

Responding to persistent employer feedback on the need for competent individuals with sales expertise to help grow their businesses, MassCEC has launched its Successful Women in Clean Energy (SWICE)... READ THE FULL POST

Panelists discuss cleanweb opportunities.
February 13, 2017

Cleanweb, a Great Opportunity for Massachusetts

On November 19, MassCEC hosted the first ever Boston Cleanweb Tech Night, bringing together seasoned cleantech and tech professionals and those interested in getting into the cleanweb sector to showcase exciting opportunities in cleanweb and cleantech. The evening began with time for networking... READ THE FULL POST

February 13, 2017

MassCEC to Host Cleanweb Tech Night

We are looking forward to seeing everyone on Thursday, November 19, at our first ever Boston Cleanweb Tech Night. This event is part of our ongoing Cleanweb Meetup Series that started following this year’s Cleanweb Hackathon back in April. One main objective of MassCEC’s Cleanweb programming has... READ THE FULL POST

February 13, 2017

Saving the Environment, One 390-Mile Journey at a Time

What’s the best way to get from Bar Harbor, Maine to Boston? By BIKE of course! Last month, MassCEC’s Lisa Dobbs and Anna Stern biked 390 miles through scenic Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts as part of the “Climate Ride Northeast.” Dobbs, Stern and their 117 fellow riders raised over $424,... READ THE FULL POST

February 13, 2017

Solar Electricity Prices Continue Significant Descent

The eighth edition of Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s Tracking the Sun report, released last month, reflects rapidly falling solar photovoltaic (PV) prices in 2014 that are consistent with previous years’ trends and seem on track... READ THE FULL POST

February 13, 2017

City of Gardner Receives Grant for New Turbine

One of the challenges of implementing renewable energy is ensuring consistent energy availability. Wind speeds are not always fast enough for turbines to generate energy, and solar PV panels can only generate electricity when the sun is shining. Numerous solutions are in the works, from batteries... READ THE FULL POST

February 10, 2017

2016 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report Released

On a chilly December morning in Charlestown, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center released its 2016 Annual Clean Energy Industry Report. The clean energy sector in Massachusetts has seen strong growth over the last year.  The Commonwealth hit a significant milestone this year, as it surpassed 100... READ THE FULL POST

February 10, 2017

Over 100 students attend Clean Energy Symposium

It’s not often that clean energy is the focus of an entire day, but the 2016 Student Clean Energy Symposium was able to make this happen for over 100 students and 20 clean energy employers on Friday, December 2. The morning of the Symposium kicked off with a welcome from MassCEC CEO Stephen Pike... READ THE FULL POST

February 10, 2017

Floatovoltaics: Making a Splash in the Solar Industry

As solar energy becomes increasingly popular, there effectively becomes less space to install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. Finding technically viable site locations for projects that require large amounts of space without encroaching on surrounding communities continues to challenge the solar... READ THE FULL POST

Solarize Natick Residents
February 10, 2017

Natick Wraps-Up Highly Successful Solarize Mass Campaign

It may seem like the sun shines brighter in the Town of Natick, due to the recent surge of solar installations that have been appearing on residential rooftops. As part of MassCEC’s Solarize Mass program, Natick will be adding 156 installations totaling 1.2 MW of solar electricity to the... READ THE FULL POST

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