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Massachusetts Supreme Court Says No to Overreliance on Natural Gas

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

A ruling today from the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) is another great step toward cutting electricity ratepayers’ risks of natural gas overreliance. For a state with a heavy dependence on natural gas for power generation, it’s been a great summer. Read more >

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Utility Chooses Wrong: Save Energy vs. Burn Fuel

, senior energy analyst, Climate & Energy Program

When it’s hot, it’s hot. Do our plans for increasingly hot summers make sense, or are we going backwards on our energy policies? Read more >

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NY-MA Doubleheader on Clean Energy is a Game Changer

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The rivalry between New York and Massachusetts is famous: Yankees vs. Red Sox, Giants vs. Patriots, Wall Street vs. Harvard/MIT, glamour vs. provincial charm. Last week, New York and Massachusetts competed to be the Northeast clean energy leader. And in this case, they both won. Actually, we all did. Read more >

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Hundreds Rally in Chicago to Support the EPA’s Clean Energy Incentive Program

, policy analyst, Clean Energy

This was the only public hearing scheduled on the CEIP in the entire country, placing Illinois front and center on clean energy. Read more >

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Tesla and SolarCity: Do They Fit Together?

, Kendall Science Fellow

I don’t know if Elon Musk is going to succeed, but there are synergies between EVs and solar so the basic concept seems sound. Read more >

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