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  • Clean Heating Pathways

    In the Northeast, one quarter of greenhouse gas emissions come from heating equipment in buildings. This report sets out seven paths that states and cities can take to support adoption of clean heating technologies to reduce emissions and provide important benefits like lowering heating costs and eliminating health and safety risks of carbon monoxide poisoning and explosions.

  • Advancing Energy Efficiency in Maine

    This report advocates for energy efficiency as a key tool for helping Maine achieve its ambitious climate goals. The report provides recommendations—including supporting Efficiency Maine Trust programs, modernizing codes and standards, and undertaking regulatory reform for a clean and resilient grid—that will advance the state toward its clean energy goals and resulting consumer and energy system benefits.

  • Statement on the New England Clean Energy Connect Transmission Line

    Acadia Center's statement on the transmission line project proposed by Central Maine Power and selected by Massachusetts to satisfy a state law and bring hydroelectric power from Canada into New England.

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