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Adam Hasz • Cambridge, MA

Highlighting Equitable, Community-Driven Energy Policy

Project Description

“Equitable Energy for Massachusetts” is a research project that explores the potential for climate policy to reduce inequality in Massachusetts.

Project Goals

The project seeks to quantify the potential impact of equitable clean energy policy through three mechanisms:

  1. Energy savings created by efficiency improvements or distributed generation
  2. Green jobs created through deploying clean energy
  3. Clean energy assets such as solar panels or shares of a clean energy company

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Research blogposts and other content can be found at

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