On July 12 and 13, the New England Power Generators Association testified at public hearings on the following bills: H.3147; H.3231; S.2167; S.2080. Below is the written testimony that NEPGA filed with the legislature.
On May 18, the New England Power Generators Association filed testimony on the following bills: H. 3161; H. 3216; H. 3696; S.2168; S. 2169; S. 2182. Hearings were scheduled for May 18 and May 19.
On May 18, the New England Power Generators Association filed testimony regarding LD 1895.
NEPGA testimony to the New Hampshire House Science, Technology & Energy Committee on a bill that would allow up to 20-year contracts for up to 2 million MWh of incrementally new electricity generation or supplies for New England (SB 54).
NEPGA letter to Connecticut State Representatives in response to correspondence they sent to ISO New England urging further integration of clean energy resources and decarbonization.
NEPGA testimony to the Connecticut Energy & Technology Committee on two bills that would allow utility ownership of electricity storage and generation technologies (HB 5327 & SB 176).
NEPGA testimony to the Massachusetts Telecommunications, Utilities, and Energy Committee on several bills related to clean energy requirements and climate change (H.3288; H.3292; H.3372; H.3964; S.2131; S.2133; S.2136; S.2170; S.2224; S.2225; S.2228; and S.2229)
NEPGA letter to the Massachusetts General Court on proposed legislation on “State of Emergency” hazard pay differentiating public-facing from inward-facing essential employees (S.1195 & H.2042).
NEPGA testimony to the Massachusetts Telecommunications, Utilities, and Energy Committee on several bills to expand clean energy procurements. As well as a bill (H.3316) to enable joining a regional, market-based regime to meet Commonwealth decarbonization and clean energy requirements.
NEPGA testimony on Rhode Island legislation requiring a 100% Renewable Energy Standard (S629).