Competition For Offshore Wind Ramps Up In MassachusettsThe state's electric utilities — National Grid, Eversource and Unitil — are slated to release by June 30 their requirements for projects seeking to develop the state's first ocean-based wind farm.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Charter Schools, Energy, Ride-Sharing Top Priorities, DeLeo SaysMassachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo outlined his 2016 agenda on Wednesday during his annual address to fellow House members.
Home Heating Oil Prices Could Be Lowest In Decade, Analyst SaysThis is expected to be the cheapest winter for heating oil since 2004.
In Massachusetts, Groups Push To Bolster Solar Panel ProgramLimits on "net-metering" are proving controversial.
Lights On: Solar Energy Taking Hold In MassachusettsIn 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.
Lights On: Wind Industry Has Untapped Potential In U.S.While wind is not quite ever present, it is constant enough to produce an expandable renewable energy and there are growth opportunities in the wind industry.
Lights On: Future Brings Major Changes To Nuclear Energy IndustryIn part three of her week-long series 'Lights On,' WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mary Blake reports on how the nuclear power industry is working to hold its own.
Lights On: Controversial Options To Reduce Electricity CostsWhile 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.
Lights On: Energy Customers Grapple With Soaring PricesUtility company phone lines have been lighting up with customers demanding answers on the amount their bill indicates they now owe.
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 Ends Practice Of Recalculating Energy BillsState utility regulators have eliminated a rule that required electricity suppliers to recalculate the bills of customers when they switch from their basic service to a competitor.