Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (MA DPU)
The slow rate of approvals of new municipal aggregations at the state’s Department of Public Utilities has limited the reach of these programs, the researchers said.
SouthCoast Wind is on the verge of falling out of the development pipeline, having reached agreements to buy its way out of too-low power purchase agreements.
The Massachusetts DPU has approved cancellation of Commonwealth Wind's PPAs and approved terms of the state's fourth wind power solicitation.
New simplified process and rules will accelerate the Massachusetts DPU's review of municipal aggregation plans and enhance consumer protections.
The state found Eversource's Draft Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Western Massachusetts gas pipeline to be inadequate.
The Massachusetts DPU cleared the way for two major battery facilities that would have a combined rating of 400 MW/800MWh, which is most of the state's 1,000-MW target for 2025.
Legislative priorities in Massachusetts for climate and energy policy include expediting permitting and siting, gas system decarbonization, reducing electricity costs, and addressing the role of competitive electric suppliers.
New England energy industry leaders met at the 29th annual New England Energy Conference and Exposition to discuss regionwide clean energy market mechanisms.
SouthCoast Wind Energy has asked to end offshore wind power purchase agreements with Massachusetts electric distribution companies, citing rising costs.
Massachusetts lawmakers and climate advocates held a legislative briefing on a set of bills looking to spur the decarbonization of the state’s heating sector.
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