A fallen tree knocked out power to homes in the Danvers Square area on Saturday, police say.
In the final installment of her week-long series ‘Lights On,’ WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mary Blake reports on how solar energy is finding a footing in Massachusetts.
While consumers grapple with rising electricity costs, there remains mixed reaction to a growing number of proposals on the best way to ease the financial pain.
Utility company phone lines have been lighting up with customers demanding answers on the amount their bill indicates they now owe.
If approved by the Department of Public Utilities, the new rates would take effect July 1.
Mass DOT is leasing 10 parcels of land next to state highways to a private firm that will build and operate small solar farms on Massachusetts sites, potentially saving the state millions in energy costs.
The average residential customer will get an electric bill that is 37 percent higher than last winter.
A Watertown company that has developed a way to transmit electricity without wires has just signed a licensing agreement with Toyota.
Set the AC to 78 degrees or higher when the house is occupied and at 85 degrees when no one’s home.
A Quincy man was forced to downsize his solar array project after his neighbors complained.