Worcester Fencing Club
Offering year-round instruction in the Olympic sport of fencing for children and adults.
243 Stafford Street, Worcester
Steve D'Agostino interviews Brad McNamara, who works in Operations at the New England Energy Council and is earning a dual MBA and Master's degree in Environmental Science at Clark University. They talk about the short- and long-term future of clean energy.
The mission of the Council is to accelerate New England’s clean-energy economy to global leadership by building an active community of stakeholders and a world-class cluster of clean-energy companies.
The Council represents nearly 400 member and affiliate-member organizations, including clean-energy companies, venture investors, major financial institutions, universities, industry associations, utilities, labor, and large commercial end-users.
The Council's ranks now include clean-energy CEOs, representatives from most of the region's top 10 law firms, and partners from most of the top New England venture-capital firms, which have a total of more than $8 billion under management.
Working with its stakeholders, the Council develops and executes a wide array of programs in six key focus areas: innovation; growth; education and workforce development; adoption; policy and advocacy; and research.