Opencape Reduces Monthly Internet Rates By Over 31% For Falmouth Main Street Customers

BARNSTABLE, MASS, MARCH 16, 2022 – While residents and businesses across the Commonwealth struggle with rising prices and rates of inflation not seen in decades, OpenCape Corporation, the nonprofit technology […]

February Infrastructure: ARPA priorities

Following the Infrastructure Committee’s January meeting, the Tech Council’s Board of Directors approved the Committee’s recommendation on ARPA spending that included broadband as well as transportation and renewable energy. It […]

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. […]

November Infrastructure: Vineyard Wind and Cape Light Compact updates

At its November meeting, the Infrastructure Committee had updates from Vineyard Wind and Cape Light Compact. Nathaniel Mayo and Rosalie DeCosta of Vineyard Wind presented an update on current projects, […]

October Infrastructure: Air Quality & MA Energy Efficiency Plan

At the Infrastructure Committee’s October meeting Dr. Jane Ward shared information from a talk she gave to the American College of Occupational Environmental Medicine. Jane’s talk on air quality referenced […]

CCTC Letter Supports Cape & Vineyard Electrification Offering

September 23, 2021 Honorable Michael Barret, Senate Chair Honorable Jeffry Roy, House Chair Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy State House Boston, Massachusetts 02133 Dear Chair Barrett, Chair Roy, […]

New YouTube series by CCTC Member Jim Johnson: Wisdom Wednesdays

The first Wisdom Wednesday show is on The Philosophy & Ethics of Cybersecurity.  The guest and speaker is Thornton May.  Thornton is a noted speaker, author, and futurist. He is […]