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Renewable sources of heat will qualify for incentives under new Mass. law

By: Jon Chesto | Massachusetts’ generous incentives spurred a wave of solar panel construction that has made this state one of the hottest places for solar electricity in the country. We might soon see the same type of success with renewable heating devices and technologies, now that the Legislature has added “renewable thermal” to the … Read more

Mass. faces new energy challenges

NATURAL GAS PIPELINE OPPOSED By: George Barnes | With a natural gas pipeline proposed for northern Massachusetts still in the planning stages and strong opposition in communities along its route, power experts are saying a shortage of gas supplies in the state and New England in general is driving up prices and forcing greater reliance … Read more

Electric company’s rate hike requests deserve unequivocal ‘no’

By: NewsTimes.com | Few in Connecticut would forget Aug. 28 three years ago when Tropical Storm Irene careened into the state, causing widespread damage and leaving about half of the state in the dark without power. Thousands in western and southwestern parts of the state had no electricity for a week — or more. Slow-responding … Read more

Massachusetts Passes Thermal Energy Bill

Legislation will Promote the Use of Clean Renewable Fuels and Technologies By: ACHRNews.com | The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a comprehensive renewable thermal energy bill that will promote the use of clean renewable fuels and technologies to heat and cool buildings. Passed unanimously by the Massachusetts Senate on June 19, the bill is expected … Read more

Private, public utilities duel for right to build New England pipelines

By: Rod Kuckro | Even if New England’s governors can settle on a way to move in unison to build new energy infrastructure, they will still have to choose among starkly different proposals to do so — one by three utility holding companies and another by a large aggregator of power supplies for municipal utilities. … Read more