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Worcester CleanTech Incubator Opens


Courtesy WCTI

From left: Robert Fitzpatrick, director Government Affairs, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center; Sue Mailman, president, Coghlin Electrical Contractors; Linda Looft, assistant vice president Government & Community Relations, WPI; Stephen Pike, interim CEO, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center; Joseph Bush, executive director, IES/WCTI; Wyatt Wade, president & CEO, Davis Publications; U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern; Julian Wade, vice president, Davis Publications; Kathryn Meng, senior program manager, IES/WCTI; Tim Murray, president & CEO, Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce; Jack Foley, vice president Government and Community Affairs, Clark University; James Ciociolo, vice president Strategic Partnerships, WCTI.

The Institute for Energy and Sustainability (IES) has opened the Worcester CleanTech Incubator (WCTI) and will hold its ribbon cutting at noon on March 31. WCTI opened its doors in January and is located on the fourth floor of the Printers Building, 44 Portland St. The new 11,000-square-foot facility features private offices, coworking space, conference rooms and prototyping space. Beyond these new physical resources, WCTI will continue to provide the network resources that IES provided in the past and will expand the support services offered.

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