Cape & Vineyard Electrification Offering: Letter of Suppport

The Cape Cod Technology Council regularly provides letters of support for technology policies that align with our mission. While priority is given to members, any organization may request support via […]

October Infrastructure: deploying municipal broadband

In October, the Infrastructure Committee discussed what role the Tech Council can play in supporting groups who have obtained or are applying for grants for deploying municipal broadband. When the […]

August Infrastructure: broadband funding and water treatment tech

At its August meeting, the Infrastructure Committee discussed funding for broadband and new technology for water treatment. ARPA-funded grants were made available this past spring to Massachusetts towns for broadband […]

July Infrastructure: Broadband Funding

At its May meeting the Infrastructure Committee received a request for a letter of support from a consortium of Community Colleges, including Cape Cod Community College. They are requesting a […]

April Infrastructure: Mayflower Wind

At the Infrastructure Committee’s April meeting, Mayflower Wind community liaison officers Kelsey Perry and Dugan Becker reported on the offshore wind project slated for Falmouth.  Mayflower Wind is a wind […]

March Infrastructure: Sustainability

Over the years, the Infrastructure Committee has incubated other committees and projects. Open Cape was originally conceived within this committee, as was Smarter Cape. At the Infrastructure Committee’s March meeting, […]

Barnstable County ARPA Priorities – CCTC Comments to County Commissioners

On January 19th, 2022 the Infrastructure Committee of the Cape Cod Technology Council met to discuss sending a letter of support to the Barnstable County Commissioners and Assembly of Delegates […]

January Infrastructure: ARPA funding priorities

At its January meeting the Infrastructure Committee discussed how to respond to the Barnstable County Commissioners’ request for comment regarding priorities for the $41.3 million dollars of federal grant funds […]

December Infrastructure: from FalmouthNet to Provincetown’s battery back-up

At the Infrastructure Committee’s November meeting, Cape Light Compact requested a letter of support regarding the Department of Public Utilities’ review of their existing plan. The Tech Council Board approved […]

Cape Light Compact Energy Efficiency Plan – CCTC issues comments to Dept. of Public Utilities

December 3, 2021 Mark D. Marini, Secretary Department of Public Utilities One South Station, 5th Floor Boston, MA 02110 RE:       Cape Light Compact JPE 2022-2024 Three-Year Energy Efficiency Plan (D.P.U. […]