Massachusetts Earns Top Spot in National Energy Efficiency Rankings

ACEEE’s 13th annual State Energy Efficiency Scorecard released today

BOSTON, Mass.  – (From Eversource Energy) - The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) today announced that Massachusetts ranked first in its 2019 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard, retaining the top spot for the ninth consecutive year. The annual scorecard benchmarks state progress on efficiency policies and programs that save energy while benefiting the environment and promoting growth.

“Energy efficiency continues to help grow our economy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Massachusetts and beyond,” said Eversource Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer Penni Conner. “We are proud that the commonwealth has maintained its position as the top energy efficiency performer in the nation. As the top energy efficiency provider in the nation, we work hard every day to connect our customers to energy efficiency solutions that help them save money and energy and create a greener, cleaner Massachusetts for everyone.” 

ACEEE uses data vetted by state energy officials to rank states in a variety of energy efficiency categories, including utility and public benefits programs and policies. 

Eversource’s energy efficiency offerings for its customers include technical assistance and training, educational programs, and rebates and incentives on energy-efficient equipment and improvements for homeowners and renters, businesses of all sizes, non-profits, schools, and municipalities. Programs and services are marketed under the Mass Save® brand name. 

For more information, please visit https://aceee.org/state-policy/scorecard.


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