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What’s Next for RGGI?

A report detailing what's next for the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) with the new federal requirements under EPA's Clean Power Plan (CPP) and existing state requirements.

Comments on CT DEEP’s Proposed Energy Resource Procurement

Acadia Center’s recommendations for how CT DEEP can evaluate and select from energy sources – both demand and supply-side – that will likely be bid into its upcoming winter peak reliability procurement under Public Act 15-107. Includes original analysis and visualizations of energy efficiency issues, improved energy and peak demand forecasting, and greenhouse gas emissions impacts.

The Global Warming Solutions Project’s Joint Testimony on S.1757, H. 2881, S.1965 and H. 3724

The Global Warming Solution Project's (GWSP) joint testimony on An Act relative to Clean Energy Resources (S.1757), An Act Relative to Promoting Energy Diversity (H.2881), An Act Relative to Energy Sector Compliance with the Global Warming Solutions Act (S.1965), and An Act Relative to a Long-Term, Sustainable Solar Industry (H.3724) which was presented to the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities, and Energy on September 29, 2015.

Acadia Center Reply Comments to NY DPS on Large Scale Renewables

Acadia Center reply comments in response to initial comments from New York State's Public Service Commission on the the matter of the implementation of a large-scale renewable program. Acadia Center supports a number of ideas expressed in the initial party comments and provide our own perspective on why private development of LSRs is most consistent with the state’s clean energy objectives.

Comments on DEEP’s Draft Weatherization Definition for Single Family Homes

Acadia Center's recommendations regarding CT DEEP's definition of weatherization in the statute requiring the state’s Conservation and Load Management Plans (“C&LM Plan”) to “include steps that would be needed to achieve the goal of weatherization of eighty percent of the state’s residential units by 2030.”

Energy Efficiency in Massachusetts: Frequently Asked Questions

Introduction to energy efficiency concepts in Massachusetts with answers to questions such as: How has investing in energy efficiency helped Massachusetts improve employment and the economy? and Doesn't the Energy Efficiency Surcharge increase rates and bills?

Energy Efficiency in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, energy efficiency has already started to relieve stresses on the electric system and reduce the need for construction of expensive power plants and transmission lines. In the most basic terms, energy efficiency is about investing money in ways to help consumers save on electricity. At the large scale, efficiency investments like the ones Massachusetts has made over the last 5 years benefit not only distribution system capital needs, but avoid transmission and generation expenses as well. Cutting demand also generates macroeconomic growth, creates jobs and keeps energy dollars in Massachusetts.

Acadia Center Letter to New York State Public Service Commission on Track 2

Acadia Center Comments on New York State Public Service Commission's Track 2 Straw Proposal. Acadia Center's comments stem from our report on grid modernization, UtilityVision. Overall, Acadia Center is encouraged that the Commission staff's concepts for reforming the utility business model align well with UtilityVision's recommendations.

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EnergyVision 2030 Strengthening RGGI