The Statehouse News Service reports on proposed legislation in Massachusetts, which would require utilities to consider grid-enhancing technologies (GETs) and other technologies before moving toward new construction. The article quotes
United's Kat Burnham, who testified at a recent legislative hearing in support of the legislation and underlined the vital role GETs can play in making the state's power grid more reliable, flexible, and efficient.
Clean energy trade groups lined up Thursday in support of a new proposal from legislative Democrats that would embrace lower-cost, easy-to-install options for boosting the performance of the electric grid.
Bills filed by the House and Senate point people on energy and climate reforms, Rep. Jeffrey Roy and Sen. Michael Barrett, won praise as “commonsense” changes that could help the state move closer to its clean energy future without the same kind of major investment that other reforms will require.
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