We should not flinch from the possibility that an honest reassessment of the required resources may leave us no choice but to reassess our goals for retrofit of existing buildings.
Our efforts must focus on building a modern electric grid that embraces the wide array of new, clean, reliable, and cost-effective technologies while rapidly downsizing fossil fuel infrastructure.
Massachusetts has a staggering to-do list in order to meet its 2050 commitment to hit net zero greenhouse emission.
After three years of studies and analysis, the DPU issued an order that requires gas utilities to begin to rein in their businesses and moved toward a “beyond gas future.”
Eversource is quite literally developing a roadmap for successfully achieving a clean energy future in Massachusetts, and as we look at this huge undertaking holistically, we recognize that every voice deserves to be heard and lived experience recognized so that we can maximize the benefits of clean energy for all customers and prioritize the EJCs that have been historically left behind.
Town meeting in Somerset voted Monday night to approve a $20 million property tax break for the Prysmian Group, which is planning to build a $250 million to $300 million subsea cable manufacturing facility at Brayton Point to serve the offshore wind industry.
Eversource Energy says it has a buyer for its stake in three offshore wind projects. The company is eager to focus on its regulated businesses in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire.
ISO New England, the region’s power grid operator, needs to be more accessible, more accountable, and buy-in to the climate fight.
STATES ACROSS the northeast and mid-Atlantic are more than a decade into an ambitious regional collaboration to clean the air, fight climate change, and create thousands of clean energy jobs — all while saving residents and businesses money on their utility bills. By many counts, it’s working. In Massachusetts and the 11 other states participating in the Regional […]
THE BIDEN ADMINISTATION on Monday pledged financial support for a two-way transmission line capable of carrying hydroelectricity from Quebec into New England and eventually offshore wind and solar power from New England to Quebec. The transmission line, being developed by National Grid and Citizens Energy, was one of three transmission projects receiving a total of […]