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July 13, 2024

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Massachusetts Floats FCEM Proposal
The energy department of outgoing Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker left a gift on the governor’s last day in office: a Forward Clean Energy Market proposal.
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Winter Problems, Capacity Accreditation, New Faces on the Docket for ISO-NE in 2023
ISO-NE will start 2023 like it starts every year: worrying about the winter weather.
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Massachusetts Legislators Send Climate Bill Back to Baker
Gov. Charlie Baker has an amended climate bill on his desk after a flurry of weekend action at the State House.
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Massachusetts Legislators Reach Deal on Clean Energy Bill
Massachusetts legislators passed a compromise bill that includes a heavy offshore wind focus and provisions to boost EVs, green buildings and renewable energy.
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Massachusetts Moves Forward with Contentious Net-zero Building Code Proposal
Massachusetts has published proposed code language for its new net-zero building performance standards.
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Changes Coming to Massachusetts EV Rebate Program, Energy Commissioner Says
Gov. Charlie Baker's administration and Mass. legislators are eyeing tweaks to the state's EV program from rebate size to a price cap for qualifying vehicles.
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Massachusetts Legislators Try to Hash out Next Climate Bill
Massachusetts lawmakers are looking to reconcile two broadly different approaches to following up on the state's landmark 2021 climate bill.
Healey Focuses on Climate in Mass. Gubernatorial Race
Maura Healey is focusing on climate in the race to replace Charlie Baker as Massachusetts governor.
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Massachusetts Senate Passes Bill to Amend OSW Price Cap Rules
The Massachusetts Senate passed An Act Driving Climate Policy Forward with a broad set of policies for decarbonizing energy, transportation and buildings.
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Massachusetts Transportation Bond Bill Seeks to Unlock $4B in IIJA Funds
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker filed a bill to authorize $9.7 billion he says will prepare the state for funding from the federal infrastructure bill.

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