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Massachusetts files for immediate adoption of California Clean Trucks regulation

Green Car Congress

Massachusetts law requires the Commonwealth to adopt California motor vehicle emissions standards as long as those standards achieve, in the aggregate, greater emissions reductions than federal standards.

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6 Massachusetts School Districts To Acquire Electric School Buses

CleanTechnica EVs

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) recently awarded Accelerating Clean Transportation (ACT) grants to six Massachusetts school districts to electrify their school bus fleets. The grants are up to $2 million per fleet.

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Siemens’ Russelectric adds EV charging to Massachusetts renewable microgrid

Green Car Congress

Russelectric, a manufacturer of distributed energy and microgrid control systems for mission-critical commercial facilities that was acquired by Siemens in 2018, has added electrical vehicle charging capabilities at its Hingham, Massachusetts, facility.

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Massachusetts Funding Opportunities for Electric School Buses

Green Energy Consumers

With this blog, we’re happy to feature Milia Chamas and Orly Strobel from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, who’ll tell you all about current opportunities for funding for electric school buses in Massachusetts. A note from Green Energy Consumers: Every now and then, we like to feature a guest blog on our website.

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Good Climate Bills in the Massachusetts House of Representatives

Green Energy Consumers

On February 7th, Massachusetts State Representatives on the Telecommunications, Utility, and Energy Committee (TUE) led by Representative Roy, House Chair of the Committee, sent several climate and energy bills forward to the next step of the legislative process, the House Ways and Means Committee.

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New EPA Vehicle Standards & What They Mean for Massachusetts & Rhode Island

Green Energy Consumers

In this blog, we’ll cover what these regulations are, why they’re so important, and how they interact with electric vehicle (EV) policies in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

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Introducing the Massachusetts Clean Heat Platform

Green Energy Consumers

Green Energy Consumers Alliance and our allied organizations are certain that more legislation is needed if Massachusetts is to meet its greenhouse gas emission reduction mandates. This is especially true when it comes to the state's second-largest source of emissions, the residential and commercial building sector.