The Republican (Springfield, MA) / MassLive.com
The two of us don't agree on everything, and we have found ourselves sometimes on different sides of the debate about how best to transition to clean electricity in New England. But we do agree on this: it's time to focus on clean and affordable transportation.
Over the past decade, Massachusetts' electric sector has made steady progress towards a clean energy economy. Now it's time for the Bay State to take on the largest source of pollution in the state: transportation. That's why New England's power generators are joining together with scientists and environmental advocates to call for new programs to address pollution from transportation.