Clean Power Blog


May 02, 2017

MassCEC Rekindles 2017 Round of the Woodstove Change-Out Program

To some, woodstoves seem old-fashioned and conjure up images of Grandma’s house in the woods, but to others, they are a critical source of heat through bitterly cold Massachusetts winters. To MassCEC, wood and pellet stoves are part of an innovative industry and an opportunity to support clean... READ THE FULL POST

April 12, 2017

MAtCH: Swiss Incubator ready for Top MA Startups

Do you or anyone in your network know a start-up that would like to travel abroad and become immersed in Europe’s advanced cleantech ecosystem? Look no further than Switzerland, as MAtCH is the program for you. While a major effort at MassCEC is to grow the economy in Massachusetts through clean... READ THE FULL POST

March 20, 2017

Emerging Cleantech – Part 1: Is the technology ready for the market?

With a range of nationally ranked universities feeding talent into high tech industries, it’s no surprise that Massachusetts was named Bloomberg’s most innovative U.S. state for... READ THE FULL POST

February 13, 2017

Massachusetts Companies Recognized in Global Cleantech 100

The 2015 Global Cleantech 100, an annual compilation of the most innovative private cleantech companies across the world, was announced recently, and Massachusetts is again well-represented. Eight Massachusetts-based cleantech... READ THE FULL POST

February 13, 2017

Leadership in Innovation Brings GE to Boston

GE wanted to relocate from its Connecticut headquarters, seeking an exciting new business environment. After months of searching, the industrial giant announced in January that it will call... READ THE FULL POST

InnovateMass provides funding for promising clean energy and water innovation technologies.

Methane gas collection hardware from Loci Controls, 2015 InnovateMass winner, shown on Crapo Hill Landfill in Dartmouth (photo courtesy of Loci Controls)

February 13, 2017

Innovating the Future of Clean Energy and Water Technologies

As the clean energy field in Massachusetts continues to grow, more and more companies are coming up with new and innovative technologies to solve tough environmental problems. Unfortunately, young companies often face a “commercialization valley of death” as they develop their projects: a funding... READ THE FULL POST

The first graduating class of the Successful Women in Clean Energy initiative.

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