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.
NEPGA comments to Massachusetts Clean Energy & Climate Plan 2025 and 2030 interim updates.
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 comments filed to the U.S. International Trade Commission’s (USITC) on their investigation: Renewable Electricity: Potential Economic Effects of Increased Commitments in Massachusetts (Investigation No. 332-574).
Letter submitted to Massachusetts Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development on proposed legislation related payment for essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis.
NEPGA’s amicus brief filed with the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on the appeal of long-term contracts for provincially-owned Canadian hydropower under Sec. 83D.