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Massachusetts Clean Energy Center | 10 year Impact Report

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Massachusetts has set an ambitious goal of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Meeting this goal is critical to avoiding the worst impacts of global climate change. However, at our current pace, using today’s technologies, we will fall short. By making targeted investments in cutting-edge clean energy technologies, projects, companies, and research, MassCEC leverages substantial private and public sector investment — nearly $6 for every $1 of MassCEC investment.

These efforts accelerate clean energy solutions toward commercial viability, growing the state’s clean energy economy and reducing the cost of this unprecedented transition to a net-zero carbon economy.






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