“In creating this renewed plan, we continued with elements that are working from the previous plan, discarded the ones that aren’t, and most importantly, we incorporated new energy efficiency program ideas based on feedback received directly from our customers,” said Edward White, Vice President, Customer and Business Strategy, National Grid. “Massachusetts’ energy efficiency program efforts have been recognized both within the commonwealth and nationally, and we look forward to paving an even deeper path for savings for our customers while simultaneously achieving significant greenhouse gas reductions.”One hallmark of the Program Administrators’ comprehensive plan is their commitment to continued nationally-recognized services to low-income customers. This low income delivery effort is coordinated through the state’s low-income weatherization and fuel assistance program network.
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