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Update: Boston City Council Approves Municipal Aggregation
The Boston, MA City Council has approved a resolution to adopt an opt-out municipal electric aggregation, the Boston Globe reports Such an aggregatio...
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ENGIE North America Announces Largest Utility-Scale Energy Storage Installation in Massachusetts
ENGIE North America and Holyoke Gas & Electric (HG&E) today announced plans for the largest utility-scale energy storage installation in Massachusetts...
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Boston City Council Pushing For Municipal Opt-Out Aggregation, Mayor Raises Concerns
Two Boston City Councilors, including Council President Michelle Wu, are seeking to implement an opt-out municipal electric aggregation for Boston, th...
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Customer Rates at Eversource (MA) $50 Million Higher As A Result Of Muni Aggregation
The Boston Globe reports on municipal opt-out aggregation in Massachusetts, with some 100 municipalities now active The Globe reports that Eversour...
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Report Claims Complaints About Retail Suppliers "Surging" In Massachusetts
A post by Evan Anderson published on Muckrock.com claims that, "complaints about dubious [retail supplier] 'deals' surging in Massachusetts." One bas...
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Mayor of State’s Second Largest City Seeks Authorization To Implement Opt-Out Municipal Aggregation
The mayor of the City of Worcester, MA has sought authorization from the City Council to implement an opt-out municipal electricity aggregation, the W...
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State’s Fifth Largest City Receives OK To Launch Opt-out Municipal Aggregation
The Massachusetts DPU has approved the electric opt-out municipal aggregation plan of the City of Cambridge, MA, without modification except to confor...
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CPower Selected As Vendor For Utility Demand Response Program
CPower announced that it has been selected by National Grid to provide demand response services to help reduce up to 45 MW of energy use during peak h...
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Utility Spox: "Persistent" Number of Retail Suppliers Using "Deceptive" Tactics
The Boston Globe ran a curiously titled piece -- "The shocking truth about alternative electricity suppliers" -- giving an overview of the r...
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Nantucket, MA Selects Retail Supplier For Municipal Aggregation
Nantucket, MA has selected Agera Energy to supply the town's opt-out municipal aggregation program, the Cape Cod Times reports Agera Energy was selec...
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Cape Light Compact Announces New Supplier For Aggregation, Pricing
The Cape Light Compact announced that NextEra Energy Services Massachusetts, LLC will supply all of its aggregation customers starting in 2017. Pre...
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Parent Of Massachusetts Utility Enters Partnership To Develop Offshore Wind Project
DONG Energy and Eversource Energy announced that Eversource has acquired a 50 percent ownership interest in the Bay State Wind offshore wind project i...
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State's Fifth Largest City To Launch Opt-out Municipal Aggregation
Cambridge, Massachusetts has authorized a municipal electric opt-out aggregation, and has filed an aggregation plan with the DPU Cambridge is the fif...
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New England States Select 460 MW Via Long-Term Contracts, Enter Negotiations
Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island have collectively selected projects that represent approximately 460 megawatts under their RFP for long-te...
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Retail Supplier Selected for Mass. Muni Aggregation
The City of Marlborough, MA has selected TransCanada Power Marketing Ltd. to supply the city's electric opt-out municipal aggregation program for the ...
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