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Clean Tech News

The National Law Review - Candidates, Take Note: New Hampshire Voters Strongly Support State Clean Energy Policies:

Recent surveys offer revealing insights into voter attitudes in the northeast U.S. toward state policies that expand the use of clean and renewable energy.  Read the full article here.

Upcoming Events

Attention NH Cleantech companies - Check out Cleantech Open Northeast.

Cleantech Open is the oldest and largest cleantech startup accelerator program, with the mission to find, fund, and foster entrepreneurs with ideas to solve our greatest environmental and energy challenges. Through our annual business competition and accelerator program we use mentoring, training, and coaching to connect cleantech startups with the people and resources that will accelerate their success, as well as a national platform for media and public visibility.

Cleantech Open Northeast covers Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. We are proud to be a central part of the highly unique and productive regional cleantech ecosystem: we are proud to work with partners all over the region to support the growth of innovative start-ups coming out of our tremendous research institutions and business community.

Also, check out this piece from June 9, 2014, "Cleantech Open Northeast Celebrates Unprecedented Regional Diversity in Accelerator Class of 2014"


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Welcome to NH Clean Tech Council

The NH CleanTech Council (NHCTC) advocates and represents New Hampshire’s clean tech and clean energy business sector, focusing on the economic benefits that can come from a vibrant clean energy economy.

WMUR's "NH's Business," with Fred Kocher

Watch Taylor Caswell and Clay Mitchell of the NH CleanTech Council discuss NH's state energy strategy with Fred Kocher on WMUR:

New York Prods Utilities to Shift From Monopoly Sales Model

Businessweek – May 12, 2014: New York Prods Utilities to Shift From Monopoly Sales Model, By Christopher Martin  New York State is pushing its utility industry to shift away from a century-old business model into a system that can accommodate more power from solar and wind. With the fourth-highest electricity prices in the U.S. and a grid increasingly susceptible to storm-related failures, the current system isn’t working, said Richard Kauffman, the former chairman of Levi Strauss & Co.

NHCTC featured guest on NHPR's The Exchange

Taylor Caswell, Chair of the CleanTech Council, appeared on NHPR's The Exchange on March 26, 2014 to discuss wind power in NH. Listen to the full program here:


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