A state incentive program just saw its best two months since the coronavirus pandemic halted most car sales this spring.
Highland Electric Transportation has partnered with a Massachusetts city to provide electric school buses without the upfront costs or maintenance hassles.
Quick changes in response to the coronavirus outbreak are changing thinking about how public streets are used.
A recent report shows that renters, lower-income residents and non-English speakers are less likely to benefit from the state’s widely praised energy conservation program.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center this month awarded $1.4 million in grants that pair promising electrification solutions with organizations to deploy them.