BOSTON – Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Kathleen Theoharides today announced Jennifer Daloisio has been named CEO and Executive Director of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC). MassCEC is dedicated to accelerating the clean energy and climate solution innovation that is critical to meeting the Commonwealth’s climate goals while building a nation-leading clean energy economy in Massachusetts.
“The Baker-Polito Administration continues to make significant strides in achieving Massachusetts’ net zero emission goal by 2050, and MassCEC will play a critical role in our ongoing efforts to develop clean energy technologies, build local companies, and expand the state’s clean energy workforce,” said Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Kathleen Theoharides. “Jennifer has proven time and again to be an effective leader, and I believe under her guidance MassCEC will help to lead the clean energy transition by driving climate change solutions and working to grow a diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce.”
“I am honored to lead MassCEC at this pivotal time as we work to meet the Commonwealth’s ambitious climate goals,” said MassCEC CEO Jennifer Daloisio. “Under the Baker-Polito Administration’s leadership, MassCEC’s efforts have led to a thriving clean energy industry in Massachusetts. Driven by entrepreneurship and innovation, this industry is delivering clean, resilient, and cost-effective energy solutions. I look forward to continuing the critical work on our climate challenges while ensuring our communities and residents are able to experience the benefits of the clean energy transition.”
Jennifer Daloisio, CEO and Executive Director, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
Jennifer Daloisio first joined MassCEC as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer in November 2014 and began serving as Interim Chief Executive Officer in September 2021. Prior to joining MassCEC, Daloisio practiced public accounting in Boston for 18 years, most recently as a Director at Deloitte. During her time in public accounting, she served clients in a variety of industries, including energy, retail, and manufacturing. Daloisio, a Southborough resident, is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire. She also serves as a director on the board of the Northeast Clean Energy Council Institute.