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Patrick Cloney

Executive Director

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

HQ Phone:  (617) 315-9355

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Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

63 Franklin Street 3Rd Floor

Boston, Massachusetts,02110

United States

Company Description

Created by the Green Jobs Act of 2008, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is dedicated to accelerating the success of clean energy technologies, companies and projects in the Commonwealth - while creating high-quality jobs and long-term economic g...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Fraunhofer USA Inc

Administrative Board Member


Clean Energy Group

Board Member


Education

BS

Marine Engineering with a concentration in Nuclear Engineering

Massachusetts Maritime Academy


MBA

Babson College's Olin School of Management


Masters

Business Administration

F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College


Web References(170 Total References)


MassCEC Staff - Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

masscec.com [cached]

Patrick Cloney, Chief Executive Officer


Statewide solar power installations surpass 50 MW, growth on track to exceed 90 MW by year's end. | SolarFlair Energy Inc.

www.solarflair.com [cached]

"The growth we've seen in solar in Massachusetts is due in large part to the forward thinking clean energy policies enacted by our leaders in the Patrick-Murray Administration and the Massachusetts Legislature," said MassCEC Executive Director Patrick Cloney.


SWIM 2012 Archives | New England Water Innovation Network (NEWIN)

www.newengland-win.org [cached]

Patrick Cloney, CEO, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (facilitator)
Facilitator: Patrick Cloney, CEO, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center


Unique Planning Helping Massachusetts Achieve Solar Success

www.solar-massachusetts.org [cached]

According to Patrick Cloney, the executive director of the Massa­chu­setts Clean Energy Center, the actual inspiration for the program "was born from his experience in the construction business, where he would perform work on one house in a neighborhood, and then neighbors would come to him asking for work to be done on their homes.
Under this program, participating solar installers agreed to a tiered pricing model where "the cost of the system to homeowners will depend on how many people sign up. Cloney says that those individuals who participate in the program will save between 8%-10% off the current cost of a solar electric system, potentially rising to between 18% and 33% if more people sign up.


Unique Planning Helping Massachusetts Achieve Solar Success

www.solar-massachusetts.org [cached]

According to Patrick Cloney, the executive director of the Massa­chu­setts Clean Energy Center, the actual inspiration for the program "was born from his experience in the construction business, where he would perform work on one house in a neighborhood, and then neighbors would come to him asking for work to be done on their homes.
Under this program, participating solar installers agreed to a tiered pricing model where "the cost of the system to homeowners will depend on how many people sign up. Cloney says that those individuals who participate in the program will save between 8%-10% off the current cost of a solar electric system, potentially rising to between 18% and 33% if more people sign up.


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