The state’s largest gas utility plans to invest $30 million a year in a bid to replace 5% of fossil gas by 2024.
State Sen. Sharif Street, a Democrat from Philadelphia, thinks incentives for carbon capture and storage could win over unions and Republicans.
The testimony from America’s Power comes as a state senate committee considers “comprehensive energy policy.”
An analysis by MassDivest makes a case for fossil fuel divestment based on financial rather than moral grounds.
Cambridge could be the first city in the country to require the labels but would likely face lawsuits from oil interests.