Down the street from the Waters River electric generating station in Ward 3 is the area of Pulaski Street known as the former Monnier Superfund site. It is currently poised
Current status of Peabody’s gas-and-oil peaker plants Series, #1 – SP2015, Peabody’s newest plant and, hopefully, the last new fossil fuel infrastructure to be built.
PMLP announced last month that the new 60MW generator is “physically complete” yet it continues to violate the June 2023 deadline to be ready to provide energy to ISO-NE on
It has taken fifteen years for Peabody to get this far in the Green Community process – and, it’s not a done deal yet. The final vote of the City
Go Reps Kerans, Walsh and friends! from Peabody Patchhttps://patch.com/massachusetts/peabody/public-input-must-power-plant-projects-state-representatives?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=share&fbclid=IwAR2p0TVGeMWI5EFsfZnz_YAntXY1ou1IaClY8W7t9QII9j_IscV7wMHvUOQ
After 15 years of indecision, the City may miss the upcoming Green Community application deadline – despite a pledge to have the issue before the Council in July. The only
Are you interested in a green and sustainable future in Peabody? ACTION NEEDED MAY 11 – Live or Zoom
The Peabody City Council Committee on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy meets on May 11 at 6:30pm. The Committee will provide an update on Peabody’s pursuit of the Green Community