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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 Urges Governor to Sign Energy Bill | August 2018

AIM | Energy Debates Must Consider Ratepayers


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  • Department of Public Utilities
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AIM Supports

Sustainable Subsidies for Solar Energy

AIM supports the development of solar energy, but opposes subsidies that take billion of dollars from hard-working Massachusetts employers and consumers and put them in the pockets of bill solar developers.

New Solar Subsidy Program Gets it Right
Details of the Proposed Solar Subsidy Program
AIM Comments on Solar Subsidies (1)
AIM Comments on Solar Subsidies (2)
Solar Subsidies: A Primer


Cap Energy Efficiency Costs

Limit the cost of energy efficiency programs for large customers so they do not pay more than their fair share.


Expand Definition of Clean Energy to Include Existing Hydro, Nuclear Sources

Letter Opposing An Act to Increase Renewable Energy - June 2018

Renewable Portfolio Standard Fact Sheet - June 2018

Include 'Vintage' Sources in Clean Energy Program


A Balanced Approach to Energy

AIM Comments on House Energy Bills

AIM Urges Caution on Energy BIlls

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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