Massachusetts' Competitive Energy Landscape

Massachusetts has a vibrantly competitive retail electricity market.

The ability to purchase competitively priced natural gas is limited to large industrial and commercial users who purchase and ship gas on the pipeline system.

RESA is an active participant in proceedings before the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities involving purchase of receivables, energy procurement by incumbent utilities, the Green Communities Act, and Revenue decoupling.

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Contact Information

State Electric Caucus Chair:
Gretchen Fuhr
1310 Point Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Cell: (978) 886-8400

State PUC Counsel (Electric)
Joey Lee Miranda
Robinson & Cole, LLP
280 Trumbull Street
Hartford, CT 06103-3597
Tel: 860-275-8227

Kevin F. Penders
Preti Strategies
Policy Advisor
Tel: 617-226-3818

Filings & Testimony

DPU Docket Number 10-53-B-E Investigation by the Department of Public Utility regarding the...

09/02/2011 - Filing

Investigation by the Department of Public Utilities into NSTAR Electric Company’s Proposed...

11/12/2013 - Filing

Investigation by the Department of Public Utilities on its own Motion into Initiatives to Improve...

12/08/2015 - Filing

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Massachusetts Members Directory

RESA is a diverse group of retail energy suppliers operating throughout the United States and delivering competitively priced electricity and natural gas to residential, commercial and industrial energy customers at retail.

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