October 18, 2013
Massachusetts Clean Energy Digest Weekly Roundup for Oct. 18
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Topping the clean energy news this week was:
- Seven states, including Massachusetts, filed a federal lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency over outdoor wood-fired boilers that cause air pollution and are linked to health problems.
The benefits of microgrids, their increasing popularity among large businesses and the threat they pose to utility companies were the focus of an article by Bloomberg.
Peter Rothstein, president of the New England Clean Energy Council, wrote an opinion piece for the New Bedford Standard Times about wind and other renewable energy projects in Massachusetts.
Grafton is now home to the largest residential solar electric system in Central Massachusetts, according to the company that designed and installed the array.