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NECEC's 6th Annual Green Tie Gala
Thank you to those who attended our 6th Annual Green Tie Gala! Our keynote speaker, Chris Laurens, VP Future Energy Technologies of Shell for outlined how clean energy innovation and strategic opportunities for the global energy industry. Read about our 6 award winners, including NECEC's 2013 Clean Energy Hall of Fame Inductee Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.
|Cleantech is evolving with large corporations looking for new ways to become strategic partners, customers, investors and beneficiaries of cleantech innovation. Chris Laurens, VP Future Energy Technologies, Shell, helped us look at the intersection of clean energy innovation and the global energy industry.||In his two terms, Governor Deval Patrick has proven that the combination of forward-thinking clean energy policies and a strong innovation economy is the right model for sustainable economic growth. NECEC is very pleased to welcome Governor Patrick as our 2013 Clean Energy Hall of Fame Inductee.|
The 5th Annual Green Tie Gala
Thank you to all who attended NECEC's Fifth Annual Green Tie Gala at the InterContinental Boston Hotel! What an evening. Special thanks goes to Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin, who gave a compelling keynote address. And thank you again to our Green Tie Gala sponsors, without whom this event could not be possible, Deloitte, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, Polachi, William Gallagher Associates, Comerica, Rasky Baerlein and Wolf Greenfield.
Thanks to our 2012 Green Tie Gala Sponsors:
Thank you to the more than 400 members of our community who attended our 4th Annual Green Tie Gala at the Moakley Courthouse. And a special thanks to keynote speaker Dan Esty, and Gala Sponsors Deloitte, Polachi, William Gallagher Associates, GT Advanced Technologies, the CT Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority, and our partner the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. We are sorry Governor Malloy was unable to attend, but recognize his need to deal with the ongoing difficulties from the preceding week's snow storm.
And to really get a flavor of the evening, don't miss the video above, which provides a humorous but insightful take on where we are in clean energy as 2011 came to a close. Over the mere five years in which the Clean Energy Council has been in existence, the industry - and perceptions of it - changed dramatically, as the video shows. Yet, we have seen substantial progress, which is cause for celebration. And of course, our work here in New England's clean energy cluster continues.
Click here to read about the fantastic companies and individuals who won awards, including:
The 2011 Gala Invitation - thanks again to our Gala Sponsors!