FILE - In this May 8, 2009, file photo, Len Bicknell walks from his house to his garage where his solar energy panels are mounted on the roof in Marshfield, Mass. Renewable energy interests are flexing their newfound power not just with solar panels and wind turbines but in the corridors of the Massachusetts Statehouse. An Associated Press review of state lobbying records found that more than $4 million came from pro-renewable/anti-fossil fuel groups trying to get the ear of state lawmakers in 2016.
FILE - In this May 8, 2009, file photo, Len Bicknell walks from his house to his garage where his solar energy panels are mounted on the roof in Marshfield, Mass. Renewable energy interests are flexing their newfound power not just with solar panels and wind turbines but in the corridors of the Massachusetts Statehouse. An Associated Press review of state lobbying records found that more than $4 million came from pro-renewable/anti-fossil fuel groups trying to get the ear of state lawmakers in 2016. Stephan Savoia, File AP Photo
FILE - In this May 8, 2009, file photo, Len Bicknell walks from his house to his garage where his solar energy panels are mounted on the roof in Marshfield, Mass. Renewable energy interests are flexing their newfound power not just with solar panels and wind turbines but in the corridors of the Massachusetts Statehouse. An Associated Press review of state lobbying records found that more than $4 million came from pro-renewable/anti-fossil fuel groups trying to get the ear of state lawmakers in 2016. Stephan Savoia, File AP Photo

Renewable energy fans flex lobbying muscles in Massachusetts

October 04, 2017 4:46 PM

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