Written by Katie Gronendyke
BOSTON — The Baker-Polito Administration today announced the Commonwealth has been named the most energy efficient state in the nation by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) for the ninth consecutive year. Massachusetts continues to receive top marks for its energy efficiency policies and programs, and the unique energy efficiency programs offered under the Mass Save® brand in partnership with the Commonwealth’s utilities and program sponsors, for leading by example with state buildings and operations and for implementing a stretch building energy code for towns and cities. The full 2019 ACEEE State Energy Efficiency Scorecard can be found here.
“Massachusetts is proud to be recognized as leading the nation in energy efficiency for the ninth year in a row, and reflects the state’s efforts to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions while saving residents and business money on their energy bills,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “Through significant investments in energy efficiency and clean energy, including historic procurements of hydropower and offshore wind, our administration remains committed to building a clean energy future for the Commonwealth.”
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