Regional Energy Chess Game

» Letter to Massachusetts Senate President Harriette L. Chandler and Massachusetts House of Representatives Speaker Robert A. DeLeo
Argument for increasing Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) by at least 3% per year.
By academics, researchers, industry leaders, and clean energy experts, EnvironmentMassachusetts.org
July 20, 2018

» Raise the Renewable Portfolio Standard
A boost is needed to help state meet emissions goals
By Deborah Donovan and Eugenia Gibbons, CommonWealth
July 15, 2018

» Massachusetts Senate Unanimously Endorses a Bold Vision for Clean Transportation
By Daniel Gatti, policy analyst, Union of Concerned Scientists
June 15, 2018

» Mass. lawmakers weigh new carbon price for motor fuels
By Jon Chesto, Boston Globe Talking Points Newsletter
June 12, 2018

» David Suzuki: Carbon pricing is an important tool to tackle climate change
By David Suzuki, Straight.com
June 12, 2018

» Mistaken Assumptions: Analysis from Pipeline Proponents Significantly Overestimates Oil and Coal Consumption and GHG Emissions
By Mark LeBel, Staff Attorney, Acadia Center
June 11, 2018

» Sierra Club Says More Is Needed From Mayor Walsh’s Renewable Energy Announcement
Press Release, Sierra Club
Thursday, June 7, 2018

» Retiring more nuclear plants could hurt Mass. climate goals
Editorial, The Boston Globe
June 3, 2018

» Natural gas is not a clean fuel; Globe editorial amplified drumbeat of fossil fuel industry
Commentary by Ann Berwick, CommonWealth Magazine
May 18, 2018

» Kulik: Pipeline resistance strong in House: Business groups are leading push for more natural gas
By Bruce Mohl, CommonWealth Magazine
May 16, 2018

» Clean energy future the focus of Worcester environmental forum
By Steven H. Foskett Jr., Telegram & Gazette Staff
May 16, 2018

» Kulik: Pipeline resistance strong in House
Business groups are leading push for more natural gas
Bruce Mohl, CommonWealth Magazine
May 16, 2018

» Clearing the Air: Long-Term Trends and Context for New England’s Electricity Grid
Mark LeBel, Acadia Center Blog Post
May 14, 2018

» State Clean Energy Laws Make New England Grid More Resilient
Bruce Ho, National Resource Defense Council
May 09, 2018

» Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Fuel Consumption in New England
Fact Sheet on Key Regional Statistics and Trends
Acadia Center
May 8, 2018

» What’s up with the Globe and natural gas?
Paper has adopted panic policy of utilities, grid operator
By Craig S Altemose, Commonwealth Magazine
May 4, 2018  

» ISO New England hits milestone: More grid power used at night than midday
By Robert Walton, Utility Dive
May 4, 2018

» State Sen. Kevin Avard: Energy diversity can help reduce rates
By Opinion by NH State Sen. Kevin Avard, Concord Monitor
May 3, 2018

» More shots fired in pipeline wars
Opponents: New report debunks grid operator’s rolling blackout claims
By Bruce Mohl, Commonwealth Magazine
May 3, 2018

» REPORT REVEALS NEW ENGLAND DOES NOT NEED NEW GAS PIPELINES
Conservation Law Foundation (CLF)
May 3, 2018

» Understanding ISO New England’s Operational Fuel Security Analysis
By Synapse Energy Economics, Inc.
Study Clients: Conservation Law Foundation, Acadia Center, New Hampshire Office of the Consumer Advocate, PowerOptions, RENEW Northeast, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation

May 3, 2018

» In Mass. energy pipeline, must there be more pipelines?
Mark LeBel, Staff attorney, Acadia Center / Letter to the Editor, Boston Globe
April 28, 2018

» Our Legislators Must Not Turn Their Backs on the People in the No Compressor Movement.
Letter to the Editor, Reporter Today /  Rehoboth
April 17, 2018

» New England faces ‘horror story’ of expensive power
By Josh Siegel, Washington Examiner
April 10, 2018

» Howitt criticized for sharing constituent email with lobbyist
By Jim Hand, the Sun Chronicle
March 30, 2018

» What’s Wrong With Gov. Baker’s Climate Bill
WGBH Commentary by Sen. Marc Pacheco
March 26, 2018

» New England’s energy future lies in the balance
By N. Jonathan Peress, Environmental Defense Fund
March 23, 2018

» Backers of stalled pipeline keep pilot light lit
By Jon Chesto, Boston Globe
March 20, 2018

» State’s top executives push for more natural gas
MA Competitive Partnership appeals to Baker, DeLeo, Chandler
By Bruce Mohl, CommonWealth Magazine
March 20, 2018

» What the Globe Keeps Getting Wrong About Natural Gas
By Jonah Kurman-Faber, Climate Action Business Association (CABA)
March 15th, 2018

» Green energy goals pitted against push for pipelines
Eric Wilkinson, General counsel and director of energy policy, Environmental League of Massachusetts / Letter to Boston Globe
March 11, 2018

» The Real Reason Your Bill Surged Last Month
By Jonah Kurman-Faber, Policy and Research Fellow, Climate Action Business Association (CABA)
March 5, 2018

» New England Grid Operator Wants More Flexibility To Deal With Retiring Fossil Fuel Plants
By Annie Ropeik, NHPR
February 28, 2018

» A New Massachusetts ‘Sustainable Energy’ Coalition Is Really A Front For Gas Interests
By Itai Vardi, Huffington Post
February 22, 2018

» ISO study warns of precarious energy future: Most scenarios envision emergency actions, including rolling blackouts
By Bruce Mohl, Commonwealth Magazine
January 17, 2018

» ISO New England Publishes Operational Fuel-Security Analysis
ISO New England, Holyoke, MA
January 17, 2018

» Guest Opinion: Broken energy market leaves Mass. consumers in the cold
By Joe Kennedy III, the Herald News
January 15, 2018

» ISO-NE CEO Says Regional NatGas Demand Increasingly Outpacing Supply
By Jamison Cocklin, Natural Gas Intel
November 22, 2017

» Lawmakers Hear Truths and Tales about Electricity
By D. Maurice Kreis Consumer Advocate, NH Office of the Consumer Advocate
In Depth NH
October 2, 2017

» ISO-NE draft report: Market revenues not sufficient for new resource development
By Robert Walton, Utility Dive
August 7, 2017

» ”Coal’s out” shouldn’t mean more gas is in
By Eugenia T. Gibbons, MassEnergy.org
June 15, 2017

» New England Electricity Demand: How Low Can You Go?
CELT-2017-Figure
By Pat Knight, Synapse Energy Economics
May 3, 2017

» Eversource customers criticize proposed rate hike
By Richie Davis, Recorder Staff
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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