I-Team: New Law For Uber, Lyft Drivers Backfiring?A new Massachusetts law requires anyone who wants to drive for Uber or Lyft to pass a criminal background check. But some believe the state is disqualifying many drivers who should still be allowed on the road.
Eversource Seeks Rate Drop That Could Save $25 Per MonthIf approved by the Department of Public Utilities, the new rates would take effect July 1.
State Revokes Bus Driver Certificate Of MBTA Driver In Crash Over PikeThe state Department of Public Utilities has revoked the bus driver certificate of the MBTA bus driver who crashed into and almost through a guardrail over the Mass Pike Sunday morning.
3 Mass. Utilities Appeal Combined $24.8M In Fines For 2011 Storm ResponseHundreds of thousands of customers lost electricity in two 2011 storms and many waited more than a week for it to be restored.
Mass. DPU Hits Utilities With Nearly $25 Million In Fines Over 2011 StormsState energy regulators have fined three Massachusetts utilities nearly $25 million for their response to two major storms in 2011.
Gas Company Accepts Full Responsibility For Springfield ExplosionColumbia Gas Company admits they are at fault for an explosion that leveled a Springfield strip club.
State Hosts Public Meetings On Utility Response To October SnowstormThe Department of Public Utilities is looking into whether the power companies were properly prepared for the storm.
Mass. DPU Launches Probe Into October SnowstormThe Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities has formally launched an investigation into the response to the late October snowstorm by three of the state's public utilities.
NStar To Buy Power From Three Land Wind Farms Massachusetts regulators have approved deals by the state's second-largest utility to buy power from three land wind farms.
National Grid, NSTAR Make Very Different Cape Wind Power DealsState lawmakers gave every Massachusetts utility the same order in 2008: go buy more power from renewable energy sources.