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 letter to Massachusetts Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development regarding H.4739
Letter submitted to Massachusetts Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development on proposed legislation related payment for essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis.
NEPGA testimony before the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy on carbon pricing legislation (H.2810 & S.1924).
NEPGA testimony to the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy on several bills aimed at increasing clean energy, electricity storage and clean transportation. NEPGA encourages the use of a meaningful price on CO2 emissions as the best ways to effectuate the collective goals of the individual proposals.
NEPGA testimony on Massachusetts an a climate change bonding bill, including an outside section proposing a Clean Peak Standard (H4318)
NEPGA testimony to the Massachusetts Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy Committee on economy-wide carbon fee legislation (S1821 and H1726)
NEPGA testimony on Massachusetts legislative proposal to institute a carbon tax on a number of sectors including power generation (S 1747).
Testimony by NEPGA President Dan Dolan and Dr. Sue Tierney before the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy in opposition to legislation to allow for up to 2,400 MW of provincially-owned, large-scale hydropower contracting (Senate Bill 1965)
A letter signed by senior executives from six power generating companies – Calpine, Dynegy, Entergy, Exelon, GDF Suez and NRG – urging the rejection of legislation to allow for contracting of 2,400 MW of provincially-owned, large-scale hydro power in Massachusetts (Senate Bill 1965).