NSTAR Top Sponsor of Seventh Annual MIT Clean Energy Prize
This year, NSTAR is the top sponsor of the MIT Clean Energy Prize, a national university business plan competition that helps aspiring entrepreneurs commercialize clean energy technologies. More.
Bill's Bright Ideas:
Spring into Green Renovations
Here in New England, spring marks the beginning of warmer temperatures, longer, lighter days – and also the start of construction season! A sure sign of spring is seeing trucks lined-up outside of your neighbor’s homes as remodelers approach their busy season. More.
Recent Press Releases:
NSTAR Completes Major Project to Enhance Electric Reliability
NSTAR has completed work on the company’s major electric grid “self-healing” project. The three-year, $20 million project will improve service reliability and reduce the extent, frequency and duration of customer outages. More.
NSTAR Ready for Spring Snowstorm
As Eastern Massachusetts braces for a major early-spring snowstorm, NSTAR is prepared to safely and quickly respond to any damage it may cause. The company will activate its Emergency Response Plan overnight tonight and will have crews at the ready across its service area. More.
Northeast Utilities Names New Vice President of Engineering in Massachusetts
Northeast Utilities has named electric utility veteran, Paul Renaud, as Vice President of Engineering for its Massachusetts subsidiaries NSTAR Electric and Western Massachusetts Electric Company. In his new position, Renaud will lead the strategic and tactical direction of the companies’ electric system engineering, including oversight of new transmission, substation and system protection projects. More.
NSTAR Urges Customers to Go Green this St. Patrick’s Day
Springtime is renowned for its home cleaning frenzies and for being one of the most popular times of year to begin home improvement projects. It's also a great time for NSTAR customers to go green by making money-saving energy efficiency improvements with help from a no-cost Mass Save Home Energy Assessment. More.