The MTTC has been funded to date by the two Economic Stimulus packages enacted during the Romney Administration. In addition, the University of Massachusetts President’s Office provides the MTTC with office space and related resources.

Sponsorships for Conferences, the Virtual Incubator and the MTTC as a whole are available. Please contact Abi Barrow for additional information.

MTTC is financially supported by the Commonwealth of MA, The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and MassVentures.

About the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

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Created by the Green Jobs Act of 2008, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) mission is to foster the growth of the Massachusetts clean energy industry through seed grants to companies, universities, and nonprofit organizations, job training programs, workforce development grants, and support for renewable energy projects. As of November 23, 2009 MassCEC is the new home of the Renewable Energy Trust. This exciting transition comes as a result of legislation, passed by the Massachusetts Legislature and signed by Governor Deval Patrick, to provide the residents, businesses, and communities of the Commonwealth with a single source of support for clean energy.¬† More information is available at www.MassCEC.com

About MassVentures

massventuresMassVentures, is a leading edge venture capital firm that addresses the “capital gap” for start-up and expansion of early-stage technology companies operating in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.¬†MassVentures has invested in many of Massachusetts’ most promising new technology-based companies.¬† More information is available at http://mass-ventures.com.