NEPGA statement on passage of Massachusetts energy bill
NEPGA comments filed with the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities raising significant questions and issues that must be addressed to appropriately consider using electric utility ratepayer financing for new natural gas capacity contracts (DPU 15-181)
NEPGA statement on passage of passage of a costly energy bill by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
NEPGA response to Massachusetts Clean Electricity Partnership report on subsidized contracts for importing provincially-owned hydropower.
NEPGA’s motion for a limited intervention in the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities consideration of proposed Eversource contracts for natural gas pipeline capacity financed by electric utility ratepayers (Docket 15-181).
NEPGA response to Massachusetts State of the State speech and Gov. Charlie Baker’s call for contracting with provincially-owned hydropower.
NEPGA testimony on Massachusetts legislative proposal to institute a carbon tax on a number of sectors including power generation (S 1747).
NEPGA issued this statement from its President, Dan Dolan, in response to the announced closure of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station by June 2019.
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).