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Massachusetts Senate Unanimously Endorses a Bold Vision for Clean Transportation

, policy analyst

The Massachusetts Senate yesterday unanimously passed an energy bill that promises to dramatically reshape the vehicles and fuels that power our transportation system.

If enacted, this legislation would make Massachusetts a national and even global leader in the deployment of electric vehicle technology. It would dramatically reduce our consumption of oil, and the pollution that comes from petroleum. It would save lives by significantly improving air quality, especially in urban areas. It would produce a stronger and more resilient modern grid that will provide ratepayers with greater efficiency and reliability. And it would produce long-term cost savings for Massachusetts drivers and transit agencies.

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Eric Kilby
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Toyota Cries Over Climate Change While Their Trade Groups Cry Over Climate Policy

, senior policy and legal analyst, Clean Vehicles

Don’t be fooled by this ad Toyota is running during the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Read more >

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Top Clean Cars and Trucks of 2018

, senior policy and legal analyst, Clean Vehicles

Looking for the most fuel-efficient SUV or pickup truck? Some of the cleanest cars you can buy today are powered by electricity. Although the emissions of an electric vehicle (EV) varies depending on where it is plugged in, the average EV sold in the U.S. produces the emissions equivalent of a gas vehicle that gets 73 MPG, and over 70 percent of Americans live in an area where driving an EV results in fewer emissions than a 50 MPG gas-powered vehicle Read more >

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Three Good Things Massachusetts is Doing on Climate

, policy analyst

Three recent steps in Massachusetts show that the Baker administration continues to make progress identifying solutions to pressing climate challenges. Read more >

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The Science of Car Sharing: Can Shared Vehicle Services Reduce Transportation Emissions?

, senior policy and legal analyst, Clean Vehicles

I’m a fan of car sharing services. But to what extent do they increase, or decrease, global warming pollution? Read more >

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