Clean Energy Events

To add your event to our calendar, fill out our Event Promotion Request Form.

Please note this calendar is a curated list of local, regional and national clean energy events hosted by a variety of external organizations including, but not exclusive to, MassCEC. Event organizers are responsible for the content posted to this calendar.  

Mar 08
Microgrid Mondays

Monday, March 08, 2021 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

The Town of Cohasset’s “Microgrid Mondays” event is a free series of virtual microgrid tours that will be running weekly on Mondays from 12pm to 1pm in February and March. This event is a knowledge sharing opportunity for the public to learn more about the world of microgrids. What microgrids are, what they look like, where they are, and how common they are. These virtual tours are highlighting innovative technology solutions for the general public as the future of energy generation continues to move further away from traditional infrastructure and fossil fuels.

Mar 09
BSA: A Tour of BU Center for Computing and Data Sciences

Tuesday, March 09, 2021 - 8:30 AM to 9:45 AM

Mar 09
Wastewater Treatment Pilot Program Project - Haverhill/Hull/Aquasigh

Tuesday, March 09, 2021 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

MassCEC supported the implementation of Aquasight’s APOLLO wastewater app at the City of Haverhill and Town of Hull. The projects are a step towards improving operational efficiencies and reducing costs while meeting permits. The Artificial Intelligence assisted app acts like a digital buddy--helping management and operators in real-time assess asset health and permits risks under dynamic flow and wastewater characteristics. The app serves as a knowledge retention and training tool for operations and also helps with understanding equipment limitations and capital upgrade planning.

Mar 11
Data for the Public Interest: Utility and Regulatory Possibilities for Empowering Energy Equity with Data

Thursday, March 11, 2021 - 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Public utility commissions and electric utilities across the country are increasingly incorporating equity considerations in their decision-making processes: ensuring that the costs and benefits of energy infrastructure are fairly distributed among customers without disproportionately impacting any subsets of ratepayers.