On Wednesday June 9 lawmakers in the Massachusetts house of representatives passed a bill that would require the state’s distribution utilities to sign long-term contracts for 1200 MW of offshore wind capacity and 1200 MW of hydropower capacity. The hydropower capacity could be coupled with other clean energy sources such as solar. The offshore wind mandate would be the first in the nation.
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Massachusetts One Step Closer to Offshore Wind Mandate