Search That "Roadmap" Massachusetts Legislation Leaves Routes to Justice As Yet Unexplored January 08, 2021 Source: Sierra Magazine Residents in Springfield, Massachusetts question the "green" light for a biomass facility in an area where many live with asthma. External News Massachusetts Proposal Doesn’t Address Low-Income Solar Barriers, Advocates Say February 27, 2020 Source: Energy News Network A Massachusetts Senate proposal to set aside funding for solar projects in low-income neighborhoods will do little to improve access without bigger changes to the state’s solar incentive program, advocates say. External News How Much Should Colorado Customers Pay for Xcel’s Clean Energy Transition? December 18, 2019 Source: Energy News Network A case before state utility commissioners foreshadows what’s likely to be an ongoing debate as the utility cuts carbon. External News Nevada Follows Hawaii, Moves toward Performance-Based Ratemaking May 30, 2019 Source: Utility Dive Nevada lawmakers on May 23 passed legislation to modernize how electric utility rates are set, directing the Public Utilities Commission to develop regulations enabling a performance-based regime.