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Fixing Super-Emitting Leaks

by Dominic Nicholas HEET continues to act as a watchdog, verifying utilities identification and repair of their super-emitting gas leaks—these…

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National Grid Proposes Networked Geothermal

By Sarah Griffith After the Department of Public Utilities rejected their first attempt, National Grid is back with a new…

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Change Ahead for Gas Utilities

By Carrie Klein Governor Baker signs Next Gen Energy bill into law in winter 2021. Gas utilities have faced both…

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HEET Community Charrettes

by Sarah Griffith HEET has long believed in the wisdom of the crowd, that is, the ability of a group…

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When Heating with Gas Costs More

By Sarah Griffith and Carrie Klein HEET commissioned the Applied Economics Clinic to project heating costs in Massachusetts. The results predict…

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HEET Data in Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journal

By HEET Staff Repairing gas leaks is a strategy for near-term climate action in Massachusetts. Natural gas leaks account for…

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Could Your Street be the First GeoMicroDistrict?

Eversource is selecting a street segment now for its GeoMicroDistrict pilot. And you could be the person who identifies the…

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HEET Community Charrettes

Over 70 stakeholders gathered at HEET’s first two virtual Community Charrettes of the year. Attendees included utility executives, regulators, labor…

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A Calculator for Your Town’s Gas Leak Emissions

You can now view estimates of your town’s annual methane emissions from gas leaks on our gas leak maps page.…

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Our Table Holiday Deliveries

Our Table, a program distributing groceries to families in Lawrence, delivered food, games, and books to over 70 families this holiday…

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