Environment Massachusetts and Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce highlighted clean energy progress in central Massachusetts, including CGLIHC work on solar and projects for low-income clean energy: http://www.telegram.com/opinion/20180730/as-i-see-it-state-energy-policy-proposal-puts-more-resilient-path-within-reach
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