Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative is the state’s development
agency for renewable energy and the innovation economy, which is responsible
for one-quarter of all jobs in the state. MTC administers the John Adams Innovation
Institute and the Renewable Energy Trust. We work to stimulate economic activity
in communities throughout the Commonwealth.
As our name suggests, we use a collaborative approach to achieving the organization’s
mission. We bring together leaders from industry, academia, and government to
advance technology-based solutions that lead to economic growth and a cleaner
environment in Massachusetts. By developing energy from wind, solar, and other
renewable resources, we’re reducing our reliance on coal, oil, and other
fossil fuels that contribute to air pollution and global warming. Investments
in the emerging clean energy market stimulate new economic activity in the renewable
industry and job growth across Massachusetts.
Technology-driven innovation fuels our economy. MTC is uniquely positioned
to provide economic development solutions working with the Governor and State
Legislature. By forming dynamic partnerships with key stakeholders, the agency
serves as a catalyst for growing the innovation economy.