About

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is a state economic development agency dedicated to accelerating the growth of the clean energy sector across the Commonwealth to spur job creation, deliver statewide environmental benefits and to secure long-term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts.

MassCEC works to increase the adoption of clean energy while driving down costs and delivering financial, environmental, and economic development benefits to energy users and utility customers across the state. 

Mission & Values

Our Mission

MassCEC's mission is to accelerate the clean energy and climate solution innovation that is critical to meeting the Commonwealth’s climate goals, while advancing Massachusetts’ position as an international climate leader and growing the state’s clean energy economy.

Our Values

MassCEC is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization where everyone is welcomed, supported, respected, and valued. We are committed to incorporating principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and environmental justice in all aspects of our work in order to promote the equitable distribution of the health and economic benefits of clean energy and support a diverse and inclusive clean energy industry. MassCEC strives to lead and innovate in equitable clean energy and climate solutions.

Get to know us

Massachusetts Is A Global Clean Energy Hub

 

 

Massachusetts’ progressive clean energy policy environment and unique concentration of research and development, universities, innovation and start-up excellence has created the ideal environment for the world’s top clean energy companies and innovators to thrive.

  • Massachusetts ranked #1 on the Clean Energy Community Power Scorecard for the 5th straight year by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (2021)
  • Massachusetts ranked #1 for median clean energy wage by E2 (2020)
  • Massachusetts ranked #1 in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified square feet per capita by the USGBC (2020)
  • Massachusetts ranked #2 for Innovation overall by Bloomberg, for the 2nd year in a row (2020)
  • Massachusetts ranked #2 most energy efficient state in the country by ACEEE (2020)
  • Boston ranked #2 U.S. city for clean energy by ACEEE (2020)
  • Massachusetts ranked #2 for clean energy workers per capita in the U.S. by E2 (2020)
  • Massachusetts ranked #5 for total solar workers in the U.S. by Solar Energy Industries Association (2021)
  • Massachusetts ranked #7 for total clean energy workers in the U.S. by E2 (2021)

Our Activities

Programs

MassCEC currently funds about 20 programs, including financing for early stage companies and technology development, pilots for the decarbonization of buildings and transportation, and investments in training to build a skilled, diverse clean energy workforce. MassCEC drives innovation by serving as a clearinghouse and support center for the clean energy technology sector -- helping companies and communities access capital and other vital growth resources. We also operate two major facilities that support the offshore wind industry.

Partnerships

MassCEC fosters collaboration among industry, state government, research universities and the financial sector to advance the state’s clean energy economy. We partner with policy-makers, employers, job seekers, students, municipal governments, community organizations, schools, industry experts, technology incubators, academics, business accelerators, energy consumers, clean energy installers, environmental advocates and the innovators who are developing the next generation of clean energy technologies.

Our Results

Since 2010 MassCEC has: 

Clean Energy Project Growth in Massachusetts

Our History

  • MassCEC was established by Chapter 23J of the General Laws and began operating in 2009.
  • We are a quasi-public agency funded via the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust Fund, which was authorized by the Massachusetts Legislature in 1997 as part of the electric utility deregulation process.
    • The Trust is funded by a systems benefit charge – totaling approximately 30 cents per month for the average residential customer – paid by ratepayers of the investor-owned electric utilities in Massachusetts, as well as the six municipal electric departments that have joined the fund.
  • MassCEC is managed by CEO Jennifer Daloisio.
  • MassCEC is governed by a Board of Directors, chaired by Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Bethany Card.