Energy news for week ending September 19, 2014

Natural Gas

NU, Spectra Unveil $3B New England Pipeline Plan, Hartford Courant, September 17, 2014

Vermont Supreme Court sends gas line plan to utility board, Brattleboro Reformer, September 11, 2014

A gamble on gas for New England’s energy future is the wrong way to go, (opnion) Bangor Daily News, September 10, 2014

Vermont Gas plans ‘virtual pipeline’ by year’s end, VTDigger.org, September 10, 2104

Nuclear Energy

Nuclear energy must be part of climate change strategy, (opinion), Boston Globe, September 18, 2014

Vermont Yankee scales back power output, but not staff, Brattleboro Reformer, September 17, 2014

Seabrook Station nuclear power plant clears big hurdle, Seacoastonline.com, September 9, 2014

Renewable Energy/Efficiency

New England Aquarium Offsetting Power Usage With RECs, Solar Industry, September 18, 2014

Wrong about energy credits, (Opinion) Rutland Herald, September 18, 2014

New England’s demand remains flat on surge of energy efficiency, Utility Dive, September 16, 2014

Massachusetts utility-scale PV sector in danger, PV Magazine, September 15, 2014

Efficiency, Renewables Cut Away At Growth In New England, Hartford Courant, September 11, 2014

Maine environmental agency OKs permit for state’s largest wind farm, Bangor Daily News, September 8, 2014

Markets/ISO New England/Etc.

FERC fails to act on complaint of New England electricity market manipulation, Boston Globe, September 18, 2014

Special Series: The Northern Pass Debate & New England’s Energy’s Energy Future, New Hampshire Public Radio, September 17, 2014

Here’s one big Massachusetts power plant that keeps changing hands, Boston Business Journal, September 17, 2014

Brockton City Council kept out of power plant settlement talks, Brockton Enterprise, September 17, 2014

ISO New England adjusts to changing electricity market, The Republican, MassLive.com, September 11, 2104

Cool temps send Boston wholesale power prices down 20 percent, Boston Business Journal, September 11, 2014

Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners gives $104K to Action for Boston Community Development, Boston Business Journal, September 5, 2014

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