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Connecticut Mirror: Energy efficiency deals available for Sandy victims

This piece originally appeared on the Connecticut Mirror Energy & Environment Blog on November 13, 2012   Energy efficiency deals available for Sandy victims By Jan Ellen Spiegel A bit of a silver lining in the post-Sandy cloud. Connecticut residents and businesses that lost major appliances due to the storm will be eligible for financial incentives to...

Must Read – Wind farms generating revenue in small towns

Boston Globe reporter Erin Ailworth authored the below piece in today’s newspaper, illustrating an example of the wind industry at work here in New England. The article features NECEC member First Wind and Sponsor NSTAR. The original article is available here: http://bostonglobe.com/business/2012/11/14/winds-economic-change/G2VaFUPXNfY3uVUD8leO1J/story.html   On a pair of hillsides in Downeast Maine, the blades of 19 wind...
With Nstar Deal, State gets Jobs and Economic Growth

With Nstar Deal, State gets Jobs and Economic Growth

(This op-ed originally appeared at The Podium by the Boston Globe.) Governor Patrick’s recently announced merger deal between Northeast Utilities and Nstar does more than just protect against rate increases for years to come – it enhances the state’s national leadership in the clean energy innovation economy and positions us for the key benefits from...

Weekly Links 2-17-12

Big news comes with the NStar and Northeast Utilities merger and what that means for clean energy in MA. Council President Peter Rothstein gave an interview on the Fox25 Morning Show. New member Liquid Metal Battery Corporation is highlighted in MHT, A123 is spreading good news and GreatPoint’s investment from China will likely trend this...
Statement on NSTAR and Northeast Utilities Merger

Statement on NSTAR and Northeast Utilities Merger

  We applaud the conditional agreement reached between the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Nstar to move forward on a clean energy economy that is great for customers, business and for jobs in the Commonwealth,” said Peter Rothstein, president of the New England Clean Energy Council.  “The agreement for Nstar to be a customer of Cape Wind...

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...

Weekly Links 6-3-11

General Compression, Blue Earth, EnerNOC, Metabolix, Sun Catalytix, and Boston-Power made news this week. Governor Christie was criticized for his plan to abandon RGGI, and the GOP offered bills to significantly curtail energy investments.

Weekly Clean Energy Links 3-15-11

U-Launch (a partnership between the Council and multiple other org’s) announced its first round of awards to startups this week, and make sure to check out Peter Rothstein’s op-ed at The Hill’s blog on budgets for energy innovation. AMSC, Spire, Metabolix, NSTAR and more made news, and, of course, Japan’s unfolding nuclear crisis has been...

Weekly Clean Energy Links 3-6-11

It was a busy week with both the ARPA-E Summit and the MIT Energy Conference. Members Great Point Energy and Boston-Power made The Wall Street Journal’s list of the top 10 cleantech companies, RGGI remains at risk in NH, debate heats up over opening the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and much more.   New England Clean...