December 3, 2023

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF)

FERC Approves Updates to ISO-NE Inventoried Energy Program
FERC agreed with ISO-NE that the updated gas price rates more accurately reflect market conditions.
EEA and Laurie O'Reilly
Healey Admin Takes 1st Steps to Reshape Mass. DPU
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Rebecca Tepper appointed Jamie Van Nostrand and Staci Rubin to the Department of Public Utilities.
A Massachusetts Climate Group Takes its Message to NEPOOL
The Massachusetts Climate Action Network has joined NEPOOL membership as it looks to add a regional lens to its work.
Sen. Ed Markey via Twitter
Markey, Others Grill ISO-NE over Markets, Transparency
An ISO-NE official sat down with some of the RTO’s biggest critics, including Sen. Ed Markey, who pushed her on its clean energy efforts and transparency.
Cumulative Impacts Analysis a Top Regulatory Priority for CLF, Rep Says
NECA invited energy experts to share stakeholders’ and developers’ perspectives on the challenges of achieving climate targets and building infrastructure.
Advocates Want Climate Metrics in Maine Utility Performance Standards
Environmental and consumer advocates told the Maine PUC that a recently proposed rulemaking on utility performance does not satisfy current climate laws.
NHSaves Supreme Court Cases Dropped; Program Approval Still Pending
The parties seeking relief from the New Hampshire Supreme Court from a November order regarding the NHSaves program have withdrawn their appeals.
Office of Gov. Christopher Sunun
NH Large Business Sector Takes Biggest Hit in Revised EE Budget
New Hampshire utilities are starting to reopen their energy efficiency programs after the governor signed a law that provides funding certainty.
Michael Surran, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Report: Challenges Ahead in Maine Power-to-Fuel Pilot Search
Maine’s utilities regulator supported advancing a power-to-fuel pilot program in a recent report to the legislature.

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