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Massachusetts Legislature Supports Renewable Heating And Cooling

The Massachusetts House recently passed a comprehensive renewable thermal energy bill that will promote the use of clean renewable fuels and technologies for heating and cooling buildings.

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Greg Desrosiers/TSM - (L to R) National Wildlife Federation Senior Manager of Climate & Energy Program Catherine Bowes and Mayor Jon Mitchell during boat tour of New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal
Greg Desrosiers/TSM - (L to R) National Wildlife Federation Senior Manager of Climate & Energy Program Catherine Bowes and Mayor Jon Mitchell during boat tour of New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal

New Report On Offshore Wind Power Released By NWF

Offshore wind energy is not only cleaner, it's cheaper.

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Greg Desrosiers/TSM - Mayor Jon Mitchell with members from New Bedford Energy Now and Next Step Living
Greg Desrosiers/TSM - Mayor Jon Mitchell with members from New Bedford Energy Now and Next Step Living

Solar Panels Offer Savings For Residents

New Bedford kicked off its new solar power initiative Tuesday afternoon in a north end neighborhood.

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Environmentalists Plan 6-day March In Massachusetts

Environmental activists are planning a six-day march from a Massachusetts coal plant to Cape Cod to push for a quicker transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

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