MassCEC is committed to sharing COVID-19 resources that are relevant to clean energy sector in Massachusetts. We’ll post to Twitter (@MassCEC) when this page is updated.
Like other State Government offices, MassCEC’s physical office is closed. Until further notice, MassCEC staff are working remotely and are fully reachable by email and phone. For general inquiries, contact us at email@example.com
Page last updated on July 23, 2020
MassCEC CEO Steve Pike’s Letter To Clean Energy and Climate Partners (PDF)
In April, MassCEC’s CEO provided an email update to various business and government partners with MassCEC’s insight on the effects of COVID-19 on the clean energy industry in Massachusetts.
Clean Energy Investor Commitment in response to the Coronavirus
In March, MassCEC joined dozens of other clean energy investors and industry stakeholders in reassuring the startup community of our flexibility and continued support as their businesses face unprecedented challenges. Read the Investor Letter
Updates for MassCEC’s Innovation Program Awardees and MassCEC Portfolio Companies
MassCEC’s BRIDGES Program for Innovators Who Were Previously Funded by MassCEC (Now CLOSED to additional applicants)
Updates to MassCEC Programs
Mass Solar Loan
If the current emergency impacts a project’s ability to meet program timelines, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clean Heating & Cooling Incentives (Solar hot water, ground-source heat pumps, automated wood heating, and whole-home air-source heat pump pilot)
MassCEC has granted an automatic 3-month completion extension to all clean heating & cooling rebate projects. If the current emergency impacts a project’s ability to meet the extended completion deadlines, please reach out to MassCEC.
MassCEC will accept project completion documentation and make rebate payments before projects complete local inspection if it is not possible to complete local inspections at this time. MassCEC has created an updated project completion forms that allow for this option, along with an email confirming that the system is installed and operational.
MassCEC will be more flexible about signatures on participant’s agreements. If installers have new customers during this time who are willing to commit to a project but are unable to sign the participant’s agreement (perhaps after a remote site visit), MassCEC will accept email confirmation from the homeowner. Please reach out to MassCEC with questions about this pathway.
Clean Energy Training Opportunities
State and Federal Resources for Businesses
MassSave Resources for Businesses
For Job Seekers
Clean Energy Industry COVID-19 Employment Impacts