Is Governor Patrick reversing his progressive position on “trees to energy?” An August 31 Boston Phoenix article (http://thephoenix.com/Boston/news/126080-devals-green-blues) says he is. The independent Manomet Report (www.manomet.org/node/322) was unequivocal in its […]
On Wednesday, June 8th 2011, at the Joint Committee hearing on Telecommunications, Utilities, and Energy, many bills were presented mainly relating to the high costs of utilities state wide, their […]
By Audrey Schulman You can look up your neighbor’s house value, what their mortgage was, how much they paid in taxes, what their home looks like from the street and […]
The all-electric Nissan Leaf will be available in MA by end of 2011. The federal incentive is $7500. Some regions and states, including California, offer additional incentives up to $5,000. […]
A meeting tonight in Belmont will consider adoption of the stretch code. The local option to adopt the stretch code comes out of the Green Communities Act that we passed in 2008. In communities adopting the stretch code, new homes and major renovations will have to meet lower energy use targets.
Hi Will, I have been researching SRECs for MassAudubon’s. To date we have 250 kW of installed capacity around the state of which 44 kW qualify for the MA solar carveout. […]