Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Solar without subsidy?

National Grid had record solar interconnections last year and said solar in Massachusetts is here to stay.


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Solar in five

Massachusetts is at a pivotal point with solar development in the Commonwealth. There is an ongoing debate about current policies, which sustain unreasonably high subsidies for solar developers and owners. These subsidies are shouldered by Massachusetts municipalities, businesses and residents. We continue to advocate for a new set of policies that lessens the impact on


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Investments pay off in Mass

In 2014, National Grid invested $718 million to enhance the reliability, efficiency and safety of infrastructure in Mass.


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Solar building for Mass energy

National Grid is teaming up with customers to increase the state’s clean energy portfolio.


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Clean energy choices

As one of the largest utilities in Massachusetts, National Grid has always encouraged state energy policies that provide low-carbon electricity for our customers.  Currently, a new bill, “An Act Relative to Clean Energy,” is before the legislature on Beacon Hill. The bill would complement legislation being considered in other New England states developing regional solutions


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