State lawmakers aren’t waiting for a multi-state partnership to put a price on carbon emissions from cars and trucks.
Critics say state energy officials need to make changes to help lower-income residents afford electric vehicles.
The state’s Department of Energy Resources received more than 2,500 applications in the first week alone.
The transit agency serving Martha’s Vineyard plans to power a new fleet of electric buses with an innovative microgrid system.
The state’s new solar incentive includes an additional payment for projects that coexist with agricultural uses.