Numbers redux

This time last year, one of Protect Sudbury’s most popular blog posts, Let’s do the numbers, was published. Now that Eversource has filed with the EFSB, here are the numbers, updated with all the most recent information: 3 alternatives in Eversource’s filing to the Energy Facilities Siting Board. “Project” (i.e. underground along the MBTA right … Read more

The big picture

Sudbury is not alone in its opposition to Eversource. Towns across the region are fighting transmission line projects that have long- term impacts on the health and well being of our communities, threaten water supplies, degrade the environment and adversely affect property values. In each case, Eversource demonstrates it listens with a tin ear. Concerns … Read more

YouTubin’ It

The Protect Sudbury outreach video is here! Thank you to the dozens of volunteers who helped make it happen. Please share far and wide. Keep an eye on Protect Sudbury’s web site, Facebook Page, and YouTube Channel for more to come. And to get updates (every couple of weeks – we won’t fill up your inbox), … Read more

Picture this

Eversource’s Code of Business Conduct “The letter and spirit of environmental protection laws and Eversource procedures are strictly followed with respect to the environment of the communities we serve.” Chairman’s message “Eversource Energy’s mission is to safely deliver reliable energy and superior customer service…while meeting and exceeding our customers’ high expectations.” Eversource Land Management: Recreation “I think having … Read more

For the forest

When it comes to Eversource’s Sudbury to Hudson Transmission Reliability Project proposal, we’re fighting against a corporate giant with deep pockets, rooms full of lawyers, and a laser focus on its bottom line. In this context, it’s easy to fall into the trap of concentrating on what we’re fighting against.  It’s natural to be against hundred foot monopoles … Read more