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This survey is 15 questions long and will take 5 to 10 minutes of your time. 

Public utilities, like electric power, natural gas, and water, should be affordable and accessible to all residents of Massachusetts. All residents of Massachusetts should also be able to get information about projects related to public utilities. Examples of major projects would include natural gas pipelines and electric power plants. In Massachusetts, it is the job of the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) to make sure that public utilities are affordable and accessible to all residents, and it is the job of the Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB) to make sure that residents are able to get information about projects that may affect their communities. 

The MA Attorney General’s Office has convened a Stakeholder Working Group (SWG) to understand whether DPU and EFSB processes are truly accessible to all residents of Massachusetts. This survey will help the SWG learn about people's experiences participating in DPU and EFSB processes and whether there are opportunities to make participation accessible to a more diverse group of community members. 

Your answers to the survey will be anonymous, and will only be viewed by the consulting team supporting the efforts of the MA Attorney General’s Office and the SWG. 

We thank you for your time and your interest in making sure that all residents of Massachusetts are able to voice their perspectives on matters related to public utilities.

If you have any questions about the survey or this process, feel free to reach out to Strategy Matters' Project Manager, Josh Moulton at