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February Infrastructure: Cape Cod RTA

Tom Cahir, Administrator for the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, presented at the CCTC Infrastructure Committee’s February meeting. He reported that the CCRTA is constantly pushing the technology envelope, with people on staff who help them stay up with industry trends. Recently, Tom was appointed by Governor Baker to a task force of 16-18 members, […]

STEM at WORK: STEM Network launches new Internships and Jobs page

CCTC Member Cape Cod Regional STEM Network is proud to announce the addition of a new Internships and Jobs Page to their website. The page lists STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) internships and job opportunities for high school students, college students, and professionals in the Cape Cod region and functions as a place to […]

January Infrastructure: Vineyard Wind, Cape Light Compact, sharks & the bridges

It was reported to the Infrastructure Committee at its January meeting that the comment period for the Vineyard Wind proposal may be extended due to the government shutdown. Vineyard Wind, which has proposed the largest wind farm in the U.S. off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, presented their plan to the Infrastructure Committee last spring. […]

First Friday: the Blue Economy

Chris Adams, Chief of Staff at the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and Program Director for the Cape Cod Blue Economy Project, spoke at the December First Friday Breakfast Meeting about the Blue Economy. Chris is a native of Cape Cod, and came back because he loves it here. In a strategic plan session at […]

CCTC Member McLane Research Announces New WTS-LV Deep Option

(Falmouth, MA) – McLane Research Laboratories, Inc. announces a new a 7,000m (23,000ft) deep option for WTS-LV samplers. The WTS-LV Deep option is available on the Standard, Dual Filter, and High Capacity WTS-LV models. Existing WTS-LV systems can also be retrofitted with the new deep housing option. “The WTS-LV deep option provides 35% greater depth capacity […]

CCTC Supports Cape Light Compact Energy Efficiency Plan

The Cape Cod Technology Council has submitted a letter of support to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities for the Cape Light Compact’s Energy Efficiency Plan: November 30, 2018 To: Sarah.Smegal@nullmass.gov CC: dpu.efiling@nullmass.gov RE: D.P.U. 18-116 Public Comment To Ms. Smegal: The Cape Cod Technology Council, Inc. (“CCTC”) is a membership based non-profit […]

Corps to hold public meetings in December on Cape Cod Canal Bridge MRER Study

[The CCTC has been a participant in the “Fix Coalition”, a group of regional stakeholders advocating for action on the Cape Cod Canal bridges] Corps of Engineers to hold five public information meetings in December on Cape Cod Canal Bridge MRER Study CONCORD, Mass. (Nov. 9, 2018) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New […]

First Friday: Thriving on social media

Craig Orsi, owner of the Cape Cod-based marketing firm Orsi & Company, came to November’s First Friday Breakfast meeting to address navigating and thriving on social media in what he called, “a very interesting time.” We are living in a divisive climate, filled with uncomfortable changes. Social media as we know it has grown into […]

First Friday: Building the STEM Pipeline on Cape Cod and the Islands

Bridget Burger, director of the Cape Cod Regional STEM Network (CCRSN), came to the First Friday Breakfast Meeting to fill us in on what the STEM network is, what they do, and where they’re headed. She was joined by Cape Cod Community College colleagues Erik Benton, Dean Patrick Preston, Andrea Lyons, Louis Beco, and Kathleeen […]

October Infrastructure: the digital, blue economy

At its October meeting, the Infrastructure Committee reviewed broadband in downtown Hyannis and how it will impact Hyannis and the Cape. The Infrastructure Committee feels Cape Cod needs to keep pace with the digital economy in order to remain relevant economically. In addition, there’s a growing awareness here of the Blue Economy. The question is, […]

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