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7 Awardees Honored at New England Clean Energy Council’s 5th Annual Green Tie Gala

7 Awardees Honored at New England Clean Energy Council’s 5th Annual Green Tie Gala

Thank you to everyone who attended last night’s Green Tie Gala! Most importantly, thank you to Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin, who delivered a very compelling keynote address. We’re proud of our awardees, members, sponsors, and most importantly, proud to be a part of this active, innovative and leading-edge clean energy community! Here’s to a fabulous...

Weekly Links 2-3-12

Exciting start to a surprisingly warm February. AEE and ACORE announce collaboration last week, Harvest Power’s Fraser Richmond received $1.5 million in funding, PwC releases Renewables report, and the first transcript from the Energy Leaders Breakfast Club hits our blog and Mass High Tech.   New England Clean Energy Council & Sponsor/Member News: BC Bioenergy...

Weekly Links 12-26-11

This is more like the December Links, so there's a lot here. Plenty of member news and don't miss a full section of Year End roundup posts that can give you a quick reminder of the year's news and trends. Finally, check out Summing Up Cleantech VC on our blog which rounds up a terrific...

Clean Technology’s Social Media Powerhouse

I was very happy to read a recent GigaOm post that described the importance of social media for clean technology companies. For years, Greenough has represented a number of green-tech firms, and this roster is continuously growing.

Weekly Links 5-31-11

Harvest Power, Metabolix, Digital Lumens, and Konarka made news this week. New Jersey Governor Christie threatened to withdraw his state from RGGI, and Massachusetts cut the ribbon for its new Wind Technology Testing Center.   New England Clean Energy Council & Sponsor/Member News: $6M More for Harvest Power | XConomy AMCS’s McGahn to take over...

Weekly Links 5-8-11

First Wind, A123, Metabolix, EnerNOC, Digital Lumens, Harvest Power and Konarka are all featured in this week’s links. Meanwhile, the battle over RGGI in NH continues, and Washington turns back to energy policy in the face of gas prices.
Help Wanted: 24 Clean Energy Firms Hiring 300 New Employees Right Now

Help Wanted: 24 Clean Energy Firms Hiring 300 New Employees Right Now

Clean energy employers are looking for talented people. Whether it’s solar or wind, efficiency or batteries, biofuels or insulation, you don’t have to look far to find “help wanted” signs in the shop windows.