In case you missed it, the Boston Globe did an excellent story exposing how the Mass. Department of Public Utilities has been poorly managing applications of cities and towns to adopt municipal aggregation.
Our executive director was quoted and the story featured the report we published this past spring. Please take a few minutes to read the article by Sabrina Shankman.
How the DPU is preventing communities from lowering utility bills - and carbon emissions - The Boston Globe
It turned out that 31 other communities were in the same boat, waiting at least a year and a half for the state regulator to review and approve their new or updated plans to choose their own supplier instead of the local utility and buy electricity in bulk.