MassCEC In the News

Cooper Center wins $30K award for clean energy, innovative construction
The Newton Beacon
The Newton Beacon explains that the City of Newton's new senior center, which will open in late 2025, was a runner-up award winner in MassCEC's first-in-the-nation Embodied Carbon Reduction Challenge.
Climate Tech Sector Getting Its "Duck Boat Day"
State House News Service
State House News Service covers the Healey-Driscoll Administration's State House celebration of the 28 Massachusetts-based companies named to Time Magazine's 2024 list of Top Green Tech Companies in America.
St. Peter’s-San Pedro Church to conduct geothermal feasibility study
The Salem News
The Salem News shares how funding from MassCEC is helping a church in Salem explore the feasibility of transitioning its property and neighboring buildings to geothermal heating and cooling.
Massachusetts is expanding its pathbreaking vehicle fleet electrification program
Energy News Network
Sarah Shemkus speaks with MassCEC CEO Dr. Emily Reichert about the expansion of our successful Massachusetts Fleet Advisor program.
Tremco's First ‘Achieve Green’ Group Graduates from Jobs Program
Roofing Contractor
Roofing Contractor covers how a Workforce Equity Grant from MassCEC is expanding opportunities for young people looking to enter the green construction field.
Wind, waves, and tides: Ocean-based renewable energy center to open in New Bedford
MassCEC Managing Director of Offshore Wind Bruce Carlisle speaks with CAI NPR about our work to establish an Ocean Renewable Energy Innovation Center in New Bedford.
Grid modernization isn’t just a technology challenge
Latitude Media
Latitude Media reports from the "Transitioning to the Future Grid" event series hosted in Boston by MassCEC and NECEC.
The emerging world leader in climate tech could soon be Massachusetts, experts say
ABC News
ABC News talks with climatetech leaders and experts about the industry's potential across Massachusetts.
Want to buy an e-bike? If you live on Cape Cod or Martha's Vineyard, you could get 90% off
Cape Cod Times
Cape Light Compact is using funding from MassCEC to launch an e-bike rebate program for income-eligible residents on Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard.
Healey touts Mass Leads Act in visit to Chelmsford cleantech company
The Lowell Sun
MassCEC has supported Triton Anchor through its tech-to-market grant programs, investment fund, and internship program.