Mass. Clean Energy Center invests $300K in startups
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center CEO Alicia Barton announced more than 00,000 to assist four incubators as part of the Patrick Administration’s support for clean energy startups across the commonwealth.
MassCEC Announces $300,000 for Clean Energy Business Incubators
- Greentown Labs (Somerville) – $190,000 – Greentown Labs, which recently moved to Somerville from Boston’s Innovation District, hosts 28 cleantech organizations with about 100 employees.
- North Shore InnoVentures (Beverly) – $60,000 – North Shore InnoVentures (NSIV) hosts three clean energy startups in its Beverly office space, plus an additional six member clean energy startups who have access to mentoring and other services. The nine cleantech startups employ 33 workers.
- Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center (Dartmouth) – $30,000 – The Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center (ATMC) at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth hosts two early-stage clean energy startups, employing four workers.
- Scibelli Enterprise Center (Springfield) – $20,000 – The Scibelli Enterprise Center at the Springfield Technology Park hosts three clean energy startups, employing six workers.