June 23, 2024

Massachusetts Joint Committee on Telecommunications Utilities and Energy (TUE)

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State Regulators Discuss Affordability, Utility Incentives at NEECE
Top utility commissioners from four New England states emphasized the need for regulatory innovation to preserve affordability amid the clean energy transition at the New England Energy Conference and Exposition.
Alternatives for Community and Environment
Report Shows Uneven Burdens of Power Infrastructure in Mass.
As the Massachusetts legislature gears up to address permitting and siting challenges for clean energy infrastructure, a new report shows how the state has disproportionately sited electricity infrastructure in environmental justice communities.
Groundwork Data
Report Outlines Cost Savings of All-electric Buildings in Mass.
A recent report by Groundwork Data illustrates the savings in store for all-electric building owners as gas costs increase in the state.
Mass. Lawmakers Aiming for an Omnibus Climate Bill in 2024
“The clock is ticking,” Sen. Mike Barrett, Senate co-chair of the legislature’s Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, told NetZero Insider.
Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Massachusetts Considers Legislation to Ban Gas in New Buildings
City officials and climate advocates spoke in favor of bills promoting electrification and fossil fuel bans in new buildings, facing opposition from industry representatives and gas workers.

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