Comprehensive energy plan for Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is developing its comprehensive energy plan that will guide policy for the state for many years. Today, on the deadline, I submitted comments on its draft plan, emphasizing the importance of enabling cities and towns to use progressive zoning code to pursue net zero energy mandates, fixing (and electrifying) the public transit system, and encouraging grid modernization.

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