In the second supplemental report, authors highlight why energy planning must be rapidly modernized to meet the increasingly local needs of the energy transition and the communities that host energy infrastructure.
Recently, the Massachusetts Commission on Clean Heat issued their final report to the Baker-Polito Administration, offering strategies and policies to achieve deep emissions reductions from the use of heating fuels in the Commonwealth. The far-reaching recommendations include creation of a Building Decarbonization Clearinghouse to consolidate and integrate building owner incentives and technical assistance; creation of
A first-of-its-kind report on Boston’s collective progress toward being a carbon-neutral city by 2050 finds that while the city has made notable progress in some areas, a variety of obstacles will make meeting that goal difficult. The Inaugural Boston Climate Progress Report was prepared for the Boston Foundation – in partnership with the Boston Green Ribbon