Energy News for week ending October 21, 2016

Natural Gas/Pipeline

White House Report Calls For Safer Natural Gas Storage, NPR

FERC Chairman Used Not-Yet-Published Guidelines to Deny Wrongdoing in Hiring of Contractor for Spectra Pipeline, DeSmog

Natural gas prices predicted to surge this winter,

Maine extends deadline for bids on LNG plant, Argus Media

Group seeks to restrict the use of eminent domain, StateImpact Pennsylvania

Renewable Energy

That’s 4 straight debates without a single question on climate change. Good job everyone, Vox

Warren redistributes solar income, CommonWealth Magazine

Westport officials agree to solar PILOT, but wonder if the deal is too good to be true, Herald News

Turbine noise complaints dip during Scituate pilot program, Patriot Ledger

New Report Recognizes RGGI Is a Catalyst for Clean Energy, Natural Resources Defense Council

The US’s First Offshore Wind Farm is Scheduled to Open This Month, Scientific American

Researchers develop ‘self-installing’ offshore wind turbine, Business Green

DONG Energy Offshore Wind Study Outfits Birds With ‘Backpacks’, North American Windpower

Crucial battle over solar panel incentives goes to Maine PUC, Press Herald

PUC on the hot seat over proposed solar ‘net metering’ rules, Mainebiz

Target named top corporate solar installer in US, PV-Tech

GE Buys LM Wind Power For $1.6B For Bigger, Cheaper Wind Turbines, Breaking Energy

Ranger Solar receives approval for New England’s largest PV project, PV-Tech

Visitors Get Glimpse Of Block Island Wind Farm In Test Phase, Rhode Island Public Radio

MIT to neutralize 17 percent of carbon emissions through purchase of solar energy, MIT News

Energy Efficiency

Report: Connecticut is one of the most energy-efficient states, CT Post

West Hartford Residents Show Commitment to Energy Efficiency,

State gov’ts energy-reduction efforts need more money, Hartford Business

USDA Offers Energy Grants for Small Rural Businesses and Farmers,

The Future of Energy Efficiency: What’s Happening Around the Edges, Electric Light & Power


MIT breaks nuclear fusion record in bid to unlock new clean energy sources, Utility DIVE

Ever heard of a ZEC? Nuclear energy in New York banks on it, GreenBiz

Seabrook nuclear power plant to address concrete erosion, NH1 News

Report offers ‘lessons learned’ from Vermont Yankee,

America’s Nuclear Problem, Bloomberg


Warren, Tsongas, Clark oppose Hudson to Sudbury power line project, MetroWest Daily News

ISO-NE 2016-17 winter reliability program sets max costs at $32 mil, Platts

NYISO: New ISO-NE capacity rules could spike New York power prices, Utility DIVE

N.H. regulators authorize Northern Pass Transmission to begin operations as public utility, Electric Light & Power

Northern Pass protester fined $744 for Aug. 10 Easton sit-in, NH1 News

WATCH: Concerned Residents Want to Stop Eversource Project for Sudbury,

Wallingford residents concerned about Eversource tree removal project, Meriden Record-Journal

Whitehouse not the climate champion Burrillville needs, RI Future

EFSB established as ‘one-stop shopping’ for power companies, RI Future


Missing from the debates: Climate change, The Boston Globe

Editorial: Pipelines’ health impact vital, The Recorder

Letter: Nuclear power is beneficial, cold fission a myth, Berkshire Eagle

LETTER: Against the Spectra pipeline, Wicked Local Walpole

Smith: Some hope for climate change, Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

My Turn: Energy efficiency standard a boon for state, Concord Monitor

Column: The high cost of fossil fuel, Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

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Energy News for week ending October 14, 2016

Natural Gas/Pipeline

Columbia Gas, Berkshire Gas working to end hook-up moratoriums in Franklin, Hampshire counties, MassLive

New Hampshire Regulators Nix Access Northeast Capacity Contract, Natural Gas Intelligence

Report: Fracking took 5.3 million gallons of water per well last year, Mashable

Sandisfield Pipeline Project Stalled Amid Legal Proceedings, New England Public Radio

Pressing the governor for pipeline moratorium, The Recorder

PUC stays National Grid pipeline proposal, denies motion to dismiss,

US to require safety valves on more gas lines, WISTV

Renewable Energy

Largest solar power project in New England planned for former Loring air base, Bangor Daily News

Canadian Hydro: A Lifeline for Northeastern Clean Energy Goals?, Greentech Media

Mount Tom Solar Farm in Holyoke to stand as ‘landmark’ for ENGIE North America: CEO Frank Demaille, MassLive

New wind project owner arrives amid fight over proposed site in Moosehead region, Press Herald

Vermont Wind Project Needs Support, So Company Offers to Pay Voters, New York Times

Dong kicks off Bay State survey, reNews

Public Service Board approves Brattleboro solar project, CT Post

Why US Offshore Wind Needs A 25-Year Investment Tax Credit, CleanTechnica

Activists to party after solar-farm groundbreaking at former coal plant in Holyoke,

Massachusetts Cider Mill Adds Rooftop Solar, Solar Industry

GE Boosts Renewable-Energy Unit With $1.65 Billion Wind Deal, Bloomberg

The country’s first offshore wind farm will power 17000 homes, Salon

UMass: Wind energy becoming more cost-effective, The Recorder

Keene State turning to purified waste vegetable oil for heat, The Keene Sentinel

Vermont cabin becomes lab to study wind turbine noise, Penn Energy

Offshore Wind Conference Indicates Strong Interest in New US Renewable Energy Industry, Renewable Energy World

Energy Efficiency

The Energy-Efficiency Revolution, RealClearPolitics

Massachusetts and California tie for top energy efficiency rankings, Utility Dive

Global Energy Efficiency Has Tripled, But It’s Not Enough to Curb Climate Change, Greentech Media


Joint stub from 1980s found last week at nuclear plant, The Daily News of Newburyport

Union reaches agreement with Pilgrim operator, The Patriot Ledger

Nuclear Decommissioning Services to Reach $8.55 Billion by 2021, Power Engineering


Energy-related CO2 emissions for first six months of 2016 are lowest since 1991,

Winter Heating Costs Likely To Increase, WBUR

DEP allows final environmental arguments over Brockton power plant, Enterprise

Killingly power plant battle impacts Rhode Island, RI Future

National Grid to refund $1.5 million to 4500 gas customers, Enterprise News

Generators: ‘Unjust’ Rule Cost $100M in New England Heat Wave, RTO Insider

Report: New England Region Is at Great Risk of Higher Energy Costs, Energy Manager Today

Critics doubt study about causes of Connecticut River erosion, GazetteNET

Environmental groups fight to ensure Morrisville hydro project protects water quality, Vermont Biz

Massachusetts town to build New England’s first utility-scale battery storage project, Utility Dive

Columbia Gas cuts ribbon on Springfield operations center, MassLive


Editorial: Revamp FERC pipeline approval process, GazetteNET

Solar op-ed leaves wrong impression, Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

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Energy News for week ending October 7, 2016

Natural Gas/Pipeline

Gas industry advised to get local support before fighting big green groups, SNL

Berkshire County natural gas pipeline tangled in legal challenges,

Legal logjam delays Tennessee Gas Pipeline project into 2017, Berkshire Eagle

Opponents bring fight over Burrillville power plant to Woonsocket, Valley Breeze

Siting board threatens to suspend review of power plant proposal, WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

Maxim Power to Pay $8M to Settle Fuel-Switching Case, RTO Insider

FERC trims MISO transmission returns, Utility Dive

Energy experts to gas industry: Help, don’t obstruct, work on climate issues, SNL

Renewable Energy

Cape Wind reverses, drops appeal, Cape Cod Times

“Wind Cube” makes debut in Woods Hole, Cape Cod Times

Solar panels not always sunny, South Coast Today

Wind project developers reduce number of proposed turbines, Penn Energy News

State rolls out welcome mat for Danish royalty, alternative energy, Worcester Telegram

Study: Tech innovations could cut offshore wind energy costs by a third by 2030, Business Green

Corporate America’s Huge Appetite for Clean Energy, Energy Collective

Vermont to publish energy compliance standards, Biomass Magazine

Quieter offshore wind energy means happier porpoises, Treehugger

Offshore wind business crowd eyes New Bedford,

Fugro set for Bay State sail, reNews

Vermont offers free guide to going solar, The Daily Progress

City of Montpelier invests in 1 megawatt of solar, Vermont Biz

Three more communities added to Solar Up NH Challenge, New Hampshire Business Review

New Clean Energy Report: America May Not Be Screwed After All, Gizmodo

Energy Efficiency

What does the green bank landscape look like?, GreenBiz

Murphy, Blumenthal Call For National Green Bank, WAMC

Apple orchard goes high-tech, WCAX


Comprehensive Inspection Coming to Pilgrim Plant in November, News

Rowe seeks federal compensation for hosting nuclear waste at former atomic power plant,

VY kicks off $143M project for fuel storage, The Commons

Questions raised about equipment made by French company may affect Millstone, The Day


Massachusetts Energy Outlook: The Remainder of 2016 and Beyond, National Law Review

All hands on deck: Growing energy storage in Massachusetts needs holistic overview of grid, markets, Utility Dive

Construction to begin on site of controversial waste-to-energy plant, Press Herald

Final approval given for reliability project, Londonderry News

Eversource proposes $35 million transmission upgrades in Massachusetts, Electric Light and Power

Massachusetts regulators curb National Grid’s fixed fee hike, Utility Dive

Massachusetts’ New Rate Case Ruling Is Good News for Distributed Energy, Greentech Media

Eversource plan sparks outrage in Brookfield, Danbury News Times

Chilmark selectmen hear Eversource grid modernization plan, Martha’s Vineyard Times

Electric transmission costs scrutinized at NH Energy Summit, New Hampshire Business Review

Growing transmission costs are raising region’s electricity rates, Concord Monitor

Elders question Northern Pass partner’s environmental record, The Union Leader

Covanta gets ‘stay of execution’ as economic development panel sends plan to keep it open to City Council, Berkshire Eagle


Pilgrim is safe, shouldn’t close early, CommonWealth Magazine

Letter: ‘Common misperception’, The Valley Reporter

Nuclear power should replace much of our coal plants, The Hill

Is The Tide Turning On State-Level Solar Policy Fights?, Solar Industry

Maine Voices: Electric customers can’t subsidize solar, Press Herald

‘Precarious’: New England’s energy crisis, The Union Leader

Let’s fix pipeline review steps, The Recorder

Kathryn R. Eiseman: Natural gas doesn’t deserve to be an ‘all the above’ energy solution, Daily Hampshire Gazette

My Turn: Concord needs to show a little Yankee ingenuity, Concord Monitor

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Energy News for week ending September 30, 2016

Natural Gas/Pipeline

Customer pulls $500k in pipeline protest, Times Argus

Spectra Energy officials answer questions about pipeline project at Rehoboth meeting, The Sun Chronicle

Sandisfield Pipeline Spawns Water Quality Battles on Three Fronts Potentially Delaying the Project, Berkshire Edge

The ‘frightening, real’ threat of gas leaks, Worcester Mag

No LNG in PVD demands National Grid halt construction at Fields Point, RI Future

Crowd turns out in Norfolk to hear about pipeline proposal, Wicked Local Medway

Renewable Energy

State Clean Energy Policies Make Stronger RGGI a No-Brainer, Natural Resources Defense Council

Massachusetts floats new solar tariff structure in incentive program redesign, Utility Dive

New wind turbines could power Japan for 50 years after a single typhoon, Gizmodo

The gradual greening of New England, The Boston Globe

Mass. poised to join Calif. among clean energy elite, Environment & Energy Publishing

Vermont town fights back against lakeside solar development,

Londonderry to Join Solar Up NH Program, Londonderry News

America’s first offshore wind farm on track – in pictures, The National

Community solar projects sprout up in Minnesota, Massachusetts, PV-Tech

Mount Tom Solar Farm groundbreaking at former Holyoke coal-burner set for Oct. 13, MassLive

Energy Efficiency

Massachusetts named most energy efficient state,

Conn., N.Y. Tie For Fifth Most Energy Efficient States, WSHU

Rhode Island Gets High Marks In Energy Efficiency Nationwide, Rhode Island Public Radio


Water leak reported at Vermont Yankee, The Recorder

$20M worth of items from Vermont Yankee up for auction,

Pilgrim nuclear power plant braces for sweeping inspection, The Patriot Ledger

Report: Nuclear power key to curbing CO2 emissions, Hartford Business


New England’s energy situation ‘precarious,’ ISO leader says, The Union Leader

Power-Plant Opponents Want Answers from Invenergy, ecoRI news

Public Service Dept issues draft energy planning standards, Vermont Biz

New Eversource Energy project sparks concern, Wicked Local Needham

Public input being sought on smart grid, Wicked Local Provincetown

Oh great — scientists just confirmed a key new source of greenhouse gases, Washington Post

Protect Sudbury looks to enlist state officials in fight against power lines, Wicked Local Stow


Lagging energy infrastructure costs state billions, Cape Cod Times

Caron: PUC puts big business ahead of Maine, Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

John and Kathleen Domanico: Give more consideration to Northern Pass alternatives, Conway Daily Sun

My Turn/Meyer: Our ruined river: Get Northfield Mountain off-line and stop the Connecticut River fish carnage, The Record

Your View: No pipelines, no compressors, no t(h)anks,

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Energy News for week ending September 23, 2016

Natural Gas/Pipeline

Gas heating bills for Eversource customers expected to fall this winter, The Boston Globe

Natural gas bills may rise this winter, WWLP

National Grid Proposes Winter Bill Increase for Natural Gas, News

Proposed Burrillville power plant draws more opposition; Uxbridge demurs, Worcester Telegram

Invenergy and Builders Challenge Motion to Dismiss, ecoRI news

Proposed RI Power Plant Loses Cooling Water Source, Seeks Delay, RTO Insider

14 Pipeline Projects in 24 States … Which Will Be the Next Battleground?, EcoWatch

Trump to shale gas industry: ‘You will like me so much,’ SNL

As Connecticut Pushes Forward on Natural Gas Expansion, Some Push Back, Connecticut Magazine

Renewable Energy

Baker rolling out new solar incentives, CommonWealth Magazine

New solar energy program coming to New London,

ConEdison opens Westfield solar farm; 8K panels capable of powering 300 homes, MassLive

National Grid Amps Up Solar Program in Massachusetts, (press release) 3BL Media

Will Scaling Back Solar Incentives Hurt Adoption?, Governing

Groundbreaking held for $80m southern Vermont wind project, Penn Energy

Despite energy deal loss, huge wind farm is still on track in Aroostook, Bangor Daily News

Cornell Wants to Heat Its Campus With Geothermal Energy, Popular Mechanics

Future dim for home solar incentives in Maine, Renewable Energy World

Solar farm agreement wins Town Council approval, Valley Breeze

Deepwater rolls into New Bedford, reNews

Avangrid, Governor Shumlin break ground on Deerfield Wind farm, Vermont Biz

BCC gets $200K for offshore wind workforce study, Fall River Herald News

More offshore wind action: Deepwater Wind opening New Bedford office, Offshore MW survey boat arriving, SouthCoast Today

Nine innovative approaches that utilities are using to plan for increased rooftop solar, Science Daily

Energy Efficiency

ACEEE Report: Energy Efficiency Is The Greatest Energy Story You Haven’t Heard, CleanTechnica

Report: State is cleaning air, saving money, CT Post

Energy-efficiency standard is an opportunity, New Hampshire Business Review


The case for nuclear power, Power Engineering

Can Reusing Spent Nuclear Fuel Solve Our Energy Problems?, National Geographic

Pilgrim nuclear power plant back at full capacity after repairs, Boston Herald

Cape Downwinders to Appeal State House Ban Restriction, News


EnerNOC is cutting more than 200 jobs, primarily in the Seaport, Boston Globe

Massachusetts Governor Creates Climate Change Strategy Through Executive Order, TriplePundit

Massachusetts to Offer $14M in Energy Resiliency Grants for Microgrids & Other Backup at Medical Facilities, Microgrid Knowledge

The key to tackling climate change: electrify everything,

Eversource expects to sell power plants by as early as next spring,

Why the New Massachusetts Energy Storage Report Is Such a Big Deal, Greentech Media

A 3-Part Microgrid Launches in Canada, With Transactive Energy as the Goal, Greentech Media

Massachusetts to Offer $10-$20M in Energy Storage Grants this Fall, Microgrid Knowledge

Compact officials push Eversource on smart grid technology, Cape Cod Times

US, Canada utilities aim to link three microgrids in $12.4M cross-border project, Utility DIVE


Scott Muller: Vermont is choking on a fishbone,

Letter: Godzilla in Concord, Concord Monitor

Low cost energy for New Hampshire needs to be our rallying cry, The Laconia Daily Sun

Our Opinion: PUC solar proposal wrong policy, process, Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

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Energy News for week ending September 16, 2016

Natural Gas/Pipeline

As utilities ramp up gas, Enbridge play for Spectra highlights increasing value of pipelines, Utility DIVE

The Big Switch: As Renewables Boom, Sparks Fly Over Natural Gas, Rhode Island Public Radio

Gas Power Plant News: Town officials seek to dismiss application for power plant, PennEnergy

National Grid dealt blow with regional pipeline plans,

LNG Storage The Answer, Developer Tells Maine Regulators, Natural Gas Intelligence

Spectra says faster-than-expected corrosion led to pipeline blast, Houston Chronicle

Vermont regulators approve pipeline through park, Penn Energy

Blackstone Valley Tourism Council opposes Burrillville power plant proposal, Providence Journal

Community meeting in Norfolk to focus on Spectra pipeline proposal, Wicked Local Norfolk

Renewable Energy

The Big Switch: New England Solar Surge Poses Challenges For Grid, Rhode Island Public Radio

Massachusetts pushes to brew up new green businesses to help fight climate change, PRI

New wind project owner arrives amid fight over proposed site in Moosehead region, Portland Press Herald

US plan for offshore wind energy: Jumpstarting an American industry?, Christian Science Monitor

Official talks up offshore wind power plants, Worcester Business Journal

The Big Switch: Does Wind Energy Have A Future In Connecticut?, Rhode Island Public Radio

Experts Anticipate Significant Cost Reductions For Wind Energy, North American Windpower

Maine PUC proposing to phase out incentives for home solar panels, Press Herald

The Big Switch: How A Local Power Project Disrupted A Powerful Utility, Rhode Island Public Radio

Solar power’s not just for roofs anymore: It’s being woven into fabric, Grist

Wilbraham celebrates completion of photovoltaic array, The Reminder

Energy Efficiency

Does spending more on energy efficiency cut rates?, New Hampshire Business Review

Rhode Island project aims to make home energy use comparisons easier, Electric Light & Power

Helping people save energy, Barre Montpelier Times Argus

UTC Receives $2.7 Million Grant For Battery Project, Hartford Courant

Energy grants awarded to 9 Franklin County towns, The Recorder


New mechanical issue keeps Pilgrim nuclear plant offline, The Patriot Ledger

Vernon seeks to replace losses after Vermont Yankee closure, WCAX

Sec. Moniz bullish on nuclear to help solve carbon dilemma, FuelFix

Is the Pilgrim nuke plant safe? Baker ‘would presume’ so, The Boston Globe


Environmentalists urge state leaders to be more aggressive with pollution, WWLP

Bigger batteries could improve power grid, Gloucester Times

Vernon’s power production future debated, VT Digger

The Curious Case of a Climate Denier and a Utilities Conference, InsideClimate News

Northern Pass complex legal proceedings frustrate some opponents, NH1 News

Hudson Selectmen take official stance on Eversource, MetroWest Daily News

Residents raise concerns about Eversource project, Foster’s Daily Democrat

Eversource Energy Is Losing Power,

Hanover Pond in Meriden drawn down six feet for hydropower project, Meriden Record-Journal

Rhode Island lawmakers push FERC to integrate state climate policies into regional pricing, Utility Dive

New Haven residents slam UI’s proposed rate hike, New Haven Register


Willem Post: Looking at Vermont’s energy future,

Business Perspective: Energy prices zap business growth in NH, The Union Leader

Thomas Trimble: Power plant in Burrillville a bad idea, The Providence Journal

Nuclear power would meet sustainable energy goal, Mountain Times

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Energy News for week ending September 9, 2016

Natural Gas/Pipeline

With Spectra Energy Deal, Enbridge Seeks To Upstage Kinder Morgan, Forbes

Enbridge plans $28 billion takeover of Maine natural gas pipeline operator Spectra, Press Herald

Plan B for a pipeline, CommonWealth Magazine

Four towns, six lawmakers granted seats at Berkshire Gas moratorium talks, MassLive

After Massachusetts’ court decision, Eversource mulls pipeline funding options, Utility Dive

FERC Rejects Capacity Release Exemption for NE Gas Generators, RTO Insider

Algonquin Fires Back Against ‘Congestionators’ Trying to Block Access Northeast, Natural Gas Intelligence

Eversource not giving up on the pipeline, Union Leader

Burrillville Planning Board opposes Invenergy power plant, The Providence Journal

Maine’s Governor Puts His State on Fracking’s Front Lines, The Nation

Vermont Gas fires back at criticism of prices,

New Haven protest supports Native American opponents of oil pipeline, New Haven Register

Renewable Energy

After three years, Morton solar panels could soon be activated, Herald News

Hampshire College to become entirely solar powered with installation of 15,000 panels, The Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Churchill Street solar array permitted despite significant opposition from abutters, Berkshire Eagle

Offshore wind developers agree to use New Bedford Marine Terminal,

Offshore Wind: Can America’s first farm help resurrect manufacturing?,

RI Wastewater Treatment Company Goes All In On Wind, Renewables, North American Windpower

Portland council opts to negotiate deal to build solar array at landfill, Press Herald

Connecticut Hospital to Save $600000 a Year with Solar Installation, Solar Novus Today

SunCommon vs. Solar City: Vermont’s solar wars,

New rules guide where solar will go,

Barnstable leads the way on renewable energy, Cape Cod Times

Wastewater Agency’s Next Steps To Expand Renewable Energy, Rhode Island Public Radio

Technology fund invests $250000 in North Kingstown wind-energy startup, Providence Journal

5 turbines off Block Island could boost Bay State grid, Cape Cod Times

Energy Efficiency

The kilowatt you never use: How National Grid plans to save customers $3.6B through efficiency, Utility Dive

Boston-born light bulb that’s ‘not ugly’ now sells at 1,300 retailers, Boston Business Journal (subscriber content)

Energy Efficiency Standards Achieve Olympic-Sized Savings, Natural Resources Defense Council

New Dartmouth Task Force Will Help School Go Green, Valley News

RVLT Secures New Agreement for Connecticut’s Small Business Energy Advantage Program, LED Inside


Sale of Entergy plant in NY raises questions for Pilgrim, Cape Cod Times

Nuclear power plants prepare for old age,


Energy Secretary Moniz and Interior Secretary Jewell Announce New National Offshore Wind Strategy to Drive Deployment,

New England’s Solar Boom Poses Unique Challenges To The Regional Grid, Maine Public Broadcasting

Eversource alters transmission line plans through Sudbury, The Boston Globe

Confidence in collaboration: Rhode Island targets a common perspective on DER values, Utility Dive

National Grid seeks to extend smart grid pilot in Massachusetts, Electric Light & Power

Property owners challenge easement use by Northern Pass, Laconia Citizen

How Do Greenhouse Gases Impact the Mid-Atlantic Region?,

Column: Reducing Maine’s carbon footprint, Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Mass. wants its neighbors to move faster to cut emissions, The Boston Globe

Will New England Electricity Consumption Continue to Stay Flat?, Energy Collective

Litigation might redefine FERC’s reach on power prices, Environment & Energy Publishing first: New Forrester radio ad stresses her opposition to Northern Pass, WMUR


Gas pipeline needed to ensure energy mix, Gloucester Times

Owens: States, feds sideline nuclear power at their peril, Boston Herald

Editorial: Get on the ball for consumers, Berkshire Gas, The Recorder

Decommissioning costs: A blind spot in the nuclear power debate, Utility Dive

Nancy Tips: Why wind turbines divide Vermont communities,

John Kostrzewa: Why R.I.’s economy needs a natural-gas pipeline, The Providence Journal

Solar scheme will not help ratepayers, Foster’s Daily Democrat

My Turn: Stop shunning nuclear energy, Concord Monitor

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