NECEC, the Northeast Clean Energy Council, and NECEC Institute invite for a Virtual Clean Energy Day on Tuesday, June 30, bringing together clean energy business leaders with legislators and policymakers to discuss the most pressing energy and climate policy issues facing Massachusetts.
Also, this day Green Energy Consumer’s Alliance holds a webinar to learn how to purchase clean electricity in Massachusetts and make a difference in the way we source our electricity.
This year, to amplify our voices and demonstrate broad support in the business community for clean energy policy solutions, NECEC is partnering with the Alliance for Business Leadership, Chambers for Innovation & Clean Energy, and the Climate Action Business Association.
The day will begin with a public speaking program from 9:30am – 10:30am featuring Massachusetts legislative leaders, Baker-Polito Administration energy officials, and clean energy business leaders who will discuss their clean energy priorities and challenges, as well as how we are continuing to move the clean energy agenda forward during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Learn more and register here
This day, Green Energy Consumer’s Alliance holds a webinar from 2 to 3 pm to learn how to purchase clean electricity in Massachusetts and make a difference in the way we source our electricity. With a myriad of confusing and competing offers, we’ll sift through what’s fact and what’s fiction, how to keep from paying through the roof for clean electricity, what purchases change our electric grid for the better and next steps in the electricity market in MA. Register here