Letter to state senator

The Massachusetts Senate passed its energy omnibus bill, S.2545: an Act for a Clean Energy Future, two weeks ago. It packs on all kinds of powerful measures, such as raising the amount of renewable energy that utilities are required to provide, the beginnings of a carbon price, and a ban on the “pipeline tax” that the Governor has proposed as a way for consumers to pay for new natural gas infrastructure. Today, I wrote a letter of thanks to my Senator, Pat Jehlen, because of her support and advocacy for the bill. Indeed, she’s the one who pushed for the ban on the pipeline tax.

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