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First Offshore Wind in the Western Hemisphere, Right Off Our Shores. What Does it Mean?

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

Last week I took my son and friends to behold a brand new energy source that has sprung up just off the coast: the first offshore wind turbines in the United States—actually, the first anywhere in the Americas. This is a moment worth savoring, and definitely worth sharing with the next generation. Read more >

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Massachusetts’s Clean Energy Victory: A Long Night, a Major Bill, and a Bright Future

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

A few minutes before midnight last night came the news that the Massachusetts legislature passed the omnibus energy bill that had been under development for months (years, actually). The process involved a whole lot of pieces trying to fit together in one rational jigsaw puzzle. So where did we end up? A pretty good place, actually. Read more >

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Massachusetts on Verge of Energy Greatness

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In case you missed the news, the Massachusetts House and Senate just did something big that we should all celebrate. Read more >

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Boldness in the Massachusetts Energy Bill: The Who, What, and Why

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

Massachusetts is on the verge of legislative greatness in the energy and climate space. How far and how fast we go and grow in clean energy is now in the hands of six key legislators. Here’s who they are, what’s in play, and why it all really, really matters. Read more >

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UPDATE (July 1, 2016): They did it! Yesterday the Senate unanimously passed their version of “An act to promote energy diversity”—and it is impressive.

Massachusetts’s Energy Future is Hot This Week (Senate Vote)

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

UPDATE (July 1, 2016): They did it! Yesterday the Senate unanimously passed their version of “An act to promote energy diversity”—and it is impressive. Read more >

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