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Massachusetts employers pay some of the highest electricity costs in the nation - almost double North Carolina and other competitor states. Those costs impact your ability to compete, putting jobs at risk.
AIM is the only major trade association working to moderate energy costs for employers in legislative, administrative, regulatory and sometimes judicial arenas.

AIM Joins Opposition to Gas Maratorium


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  • Department of Public Utilities
  • Legal

AIM Supports


Increasing access to solar energy

Allow companies that install onsite solar the ability to generate more energy credits to be used when the solar panels are not generating, allowing companies to use the benefits of solar power to lower costs and reduce emissions.


Classifying hydro power as renewable


Remove the size limitation on hydropower so that all forms of hydropower will be considered as renewable. Do not, however, allow large hydropower to obtain ratepayer subsidies that smaller hydropower and other existing renewable power receives 


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A balanced approach to energy

Low Prices Pave Way to Moidy Offshore-Wind Price Cap

Concentric Report on Balanced Energy Sources


The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities controls rate increases that distribution companies receive. AIM is often the only trade association at the table, submitting briefs and testifying.

AIM goes to court when necessary to fight for electricity costs that help the Massachusetts economy grow.



AIM Expert:
Robert Rio, Esq.
Senior Vice President
Government Affairs

Massachusetts solar energy subsidies, solar subsidies, net metering, solar power, solar energy, renewable energy
AIM works on efforts to moderate energy costs for employers in legislative, administrative, regulatory and sometimes judicial arenas.
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