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Massachusetts Public Benefit Funds for Energy Efficiency

Massachusetts Public Benefit Funds for Energy Efficiency

  • A permanent low-income conservation fund, established through a charge on electric bills, amounts to about $15 million annually; a conservation charge on natural gas customers funds about $7 million in gas low-income energy efficiency programs. See electric utility restructuring legislation.
  • Includes funds from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

LEVERAGING

2010: $30 million
2009: $21 million
2007: $22 million
2006: $23 million
2005: $21.2 million
2004: $17 million
2003: $15 million
2002: $13.6 million
2001: $11.4 million
2000: $9.1 million
1999: $8 million
1998: $5.2 million
1997: $1.8 million
1996: $901,105
1995: $603,932
1994: $521,700