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Massachusetts town approves smart meter budget

The approval of the budget allows the town’s Department of Public Works (DPW) to install some 13,400 automated water meters and related communications infrastructure...
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Massachusetts energy provider seeks approval for rate increase

The energy company plans to increase its electricity rates for customers in western and eastern Massachusetts to raise capital for funding its smart grid...
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Massachusetts bankrolls energy efficiency programme

The capital will be issued through the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) to help cities and municipalities in the state to plan and implement...
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Massachusetts utility partners on state’s largest energy storage system

NEC Energy Solutions will construct 2MW/3.9MWh energy storage plant for Sterling town’s utility firm by December, 2016. The project is expected to help SLMD improve...
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Massachusetts leads US states in energy efficiency

This is according to the results compiled from a report filed by utilities and energy efficiency solutions providers in Massachusetts with the Department of...
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US smart meters: Massachusetts municipality upgrades water network

The town’s water division will replace its existing water meters with new smart water meters over the next three years. The utility believes the installation...
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Massachusetts regulators approve utility energy efficiency plans

The department’s plan included the state's largest utility, National Grid, which will invest nearly US$850 million in electric energy efficiency and more than $382 million...

Massachusetts makes grid modernization and advanced metering mandatory

Under an order issued by the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) just before Christmas, the state’s electric utilities are required to develop a...

Massachusetts DPU to investigate grid modernization policies

[img:berwick.thumbnail.jpg|Ann Berwick,
Chair, Massachusetts
DPU]Boston, MA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- October 5, 2012 - The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) is to launch an investigation to ensure that electric distribution companies adopt grid modernization technology and practices that will enhance electric service reliability and empower customers to better manage their use of electricity.

Massachusetts utilities unveil $4 billion energy savings plan

[img:tom-may_0.jpg|Tom May,
NSTAR Chairman,
President & CEO]Boston, MA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- May 12, 2009 - In a move to dramatically reduce energy use in Massachusetts, a coalition of the Commonwealth’s leading energy providers has unveiled a three-year plan to deliver services to residents and businesses that will ultimately net more than $4 billion in energy savings.

Massachusetts utilities unveil smart grid programs

[img:Mass_0.jpg| ]Westborough and Westwood, MA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- April 2, 2009 - Two Massachusetts utilities, National Grid and NSTAR, have unveiled their smart grid pilot programs.

National Grid intends to build and operate a two-year smart grid pilot involving approximately 15,000 customers in Worcester, Mass. A wide variety of customers will be involved, including single, multi-family and small business customers from urban, suburban and rural settings with variable electricity usage. This broad customer base will allow the company to include a sufficient number of electricity distribution substations to test a wide variety of infrastructure configurations with both overhead and underground electrical devices. The pilot also will test the addition of distributed generation and builds in options for adding renewables and plug-in hybrid vehicles to the system.

Smart metering for Massachusetts

[img:Mass_0.jpg| ]Boston, MA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- January 18, 2008 - Smart meters and smart grids are set to come to Massachusetts, under a new energy plan approved last week by the state Senate’s Ways and Means Committee.

The plan calls for each electric distribution company, by September 1, 2008, to file a proposed plan with the department of public utilities to establish a 6-month pilot program for a smart grid that utilizes the electric delivery system, advanced (“smart”) meters, and other advanced technology to operate an integrated grid network communication system in a limited geographic area. Each smart grid pilot program shall include, but not be limited to advanced meters that provide real time measurement and communication of energy consumption, implementation of phone and e-mail notification systems to warn those customers of high prices so they can reduce their usage accordingly, automated load management systems embedded within current demand side management programs and remote status detection and operation of distribution system equipment.

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