August 23, 2016
 
 
 
 
TONIGHT!
Berkshire Gas DPU Hearing - Greenfield

The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities will be holding a Greenfield Hearing for Berkshire Gas’ Long-Range Forecast and Supply Plan regarding Berkshire Gas’ for their five-year forecast for 2016/17 through 2020/21.

Even if you're not from Berkshire Gas moratorium-affected territory but just care about preventing gas infrastructure over-build,
please come to this Greenfield hearing!


We need numbers to come and tell Berkshire Gas to serve customers by:
1) fixing their leaks!
2) helping their current customers save money by helping them weatherize and insulate.
3) address peak demand planning by fully utilizing previously approved storage facilities

Berkshire Gas should not be granted any pipeline expansion until these conservation methods are fully addressed first. They should also not be allowed to continue a moratorium once capacity is freed up by gas saved by these methods.

Less loss & less waste means more available for others without that pesky, environmentally damaging need for more pipelines!

Greenfield, MA
August 30, 2016, at 7:00 p.m.
Greenfield Middle School
195 Federal Street
Greenfield, Massachusetts

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» Read Berkshire Gas Long Range Forecast and Supply Plan
» Read DPU Notice of Filing, Public Hearing


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SATURDAY — SEPTEMBER 9-11, 2016 — CUMMINGTON, MA EarthCare Tickets and details available at hilltownchautauqua.org
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SATURDAY — SEPTEMBER 17, 2016 — NORTHAMPTON, MA SustainabilitySummitEnergizing & Democratizing New England's Energy Economy: 2016 Sustainability Summit. Join local energy leaders and concerned citizens from across New England to learn, share, and work together to catalyze a new energy economy in our region that is based on clean sources, thriving local economies, and access for all. Keynote speaker Sandra Steingraber, an acclaimed ecologist and author, will explore the links between human rights and the environment, with a focus on climate change, chemical contamination, and shale gas extraction via fracking. Workshop tracks will be led by leaders confronting our current energy system, harnessing critical opportunities, creating new models, and thinking big about possibilities for access for all to clean energy. Sponsored by: The New England Grassroots Environment Fund, Co-op Power, New England Local Energy Network, and Smith College
7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Seeley Hall 

Smith College 

7 College Lane 

Northampton, MA

MONDAY — SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 - REHOBOTH, MA
Rehoboth Board of Selectmen Public Meeting On Algonquin Gas Access Northeast Project. The purpose of this Public Meeting is to address questions and concerns regarding the Access Northeast Project and proposed compressor station to be located in the Town of Rehoboth. Representatives from Algonquin Gas/Spectra will be present to respond to questions addressed by a panel of municipal representatives consisting of officials from the Town of Seekonk, City of Attleboro and Town of Rehoboth.

The public is encouraged to forward questions and/or concerns which they would like addressed by the representatives from Algonquin Gas in writing to the Board of Selectmen’s Office, Town of Rehoboth, 148 Peck Street, Rehoboth, MA 02769 prior to September 26, 2016 and to attend this public meeting. The public will not be able to direct questions directly to the panel, but may submit additional questions in writing at the time of the meeting. Please feel free to contact the Selectmen’s Office at 508-252-3758 if you have any questions.

7:00 PM
Rehoboth Senior Center
55 Bay State Road
Rehoboth, MA

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