The Clean Energy Standard (CES) requires retail electricity sellers to annually demonstrate the use of clean energy to generate a specified percentage of their electricity sales. Additional information for regulated electricity sellers will be posted on this web site well in advance of the beginning of the 2018 compliance year.
- Electricity Sector Regulations Fact Sheet
Summarizes requirements of 310 CMR 7.74 and 310 CMR 7.75.
- 310 CMR 7.75: Clean Energy Standard
Redline showing changes from the proposed regulation.
- Electricity Sector Response to Comment
Addresses comments on both 310 CMR 7.74 and 310 CMR 7.75.
- 310 CMR 7.74: Reducing CO2 Emissions from Electricity Generating Units
Regulation to ensure that clean energy programs reduce CO2 emissions in Massachusetts.
- Electricity Bill and CO2 Emission Impacts Study file size 1MB
Expert consultants analyzed the combined impact of 310 CMR 7.74 and 310 CMR 7.75.
- Reducing GHG Emissions Under Section 3(d) of the Global Warming Solutions Act
Six new regulations to address Massachusetts Global Warming Solutions Act requirements.
- Massachusetts Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS)
Administered by the state Department of Energy Resources (DOER).
- Massachusetts & the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)
About our state's participation in this regional cap-and-trade program for electricity generators.
- Massachusetts Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Program
Regulated electricity sellers report GHG emissions to MassDEP pursuant to 310 CMR 7.71 through 2017, then 310 CMR 7.75 beginning with 2018 emissions.
Background on 2016 Proposed Regulations
The proposed regulation has been superseded by the final regulation listed above. The background document published with the proposal is provided below for reference only.
- 310 CMR 7.00 and 60.00: Background Document on Proposed Regulations and Amendments
See specifically Section II. C., Page 24.
Contact for Assistance
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