Environmental activists are launching a tour of Massachusetts to press Beacon Hill lawmakers and Gov. Charlie Baker to lift limits on a key program designed to encourage solar power use in the state.
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.
The city of New Bedford says it will install solar panels on municipal properties as part of an initiative it says will eventually generate enough power to run 1,500 homes.
The town of Winchester is one of just four Mass. communities involved in a new program that makes solar affordable.
The Marlboro company that is moving most of its manufacturing to China is explaining why it has made that choice.
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu says three Massachusetts companies will receive $12.6 million from the federal government to help develop the country’s advanced solar energy technologies.
A Boston-based renewable energy company is pledging to open the region’s biggest solar power array on a former landfill in Canton.
Evergreen Solar, which received millions of dollars in state aid, is moving to China, and Beacon Hill lawmakers from both parties are crying foul. WBZ’s Jon Keller is at large with Gov. Deval Patrick’s response.
Massachusetts is unveiling a rebate program designed to help residents pay for solar hot water projects.