Energy News for week ending August 28, 2015

Natural Gas/Pipeline

Another natural gas pipeline project proposed for the area, Worcester Telegram

Simply put, there’s no need for NED, (Opinion) Keene Sentinel

Pipeline caution best course of action, (Opinion) Boston Globe

Conway to Kinder Morgan: Cease and desist pipeline activity in town, The Recorder

For Many Along Pipeline Route, An Issue Of Jobs, Environment and Money, New England Public Radio

Along Kinder Morgan’s Proposed Route, A Fear Of Disaster — And Frustration with Debate’s Tone, New England Public Radio

Business and labor groups call for natural gas pipeline, renewables, Boston Globe

Map Reveals 305 Natural Gas Leaks in Milton, Patch.com

Decades-old pipelines leak natural gas across MA, wwlp.com

Fracked gas releases 8X more methane than previously believed, RI Future

Natural Gas Plant Proposal Pulls Rockland (ME) into Contentious Energy Debate, FreepressOnline

Efficiency/Climate/Smart Grid

Center for Sustainable Energy Opens New Northeast Regional Office, achrnews.com

Norwalk Promoting Energy Efficiency With LED Lightbulb Exchange, Norwalk Daily Voice

Many voices, one message: Climate change affects all aspects of our lives, Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Panels Around Vermont Will Brainstorm Climate Economic Opportunities, Vermont Public Radio

Conservation days made easy, (Opinion) Worcester Telegram

Framingham Receives Municipal Energy Grant From Commonwealth, Patch.com

My Turn: Clean Power Plan helps drive innovation, (Opinion) Concord Monitor

Danvers Electric’s Peak Savings program begins to pay off, The Salem News

Renewable Energy

Are solar panels worth it?, Boston Globe

Take dams off rivers – but keep the electricity, (Opinion) Christian Science Monitor

Camden Hills High School to Lower Electricity Bills by 85% with Addition of Solar, FreePressOnline

Analysis: Outlook shifting for offshore wind farms, Press Herald

Lee and Lenox plan joint solar array to lower town electric bills, Berkshire Eagle

Nuclear

On 25th anniversary, Seabrook plant remains pivotal in nuclear debate, Eagle-Tribune

Vermont Yankee spent fuel storage issue comes before PSB, Brattleboro Reformer

Pilgrim Station: Nuclear plant back online Tuesday, Wicked Local Plymouth

Markets/Grid/Policy/Prices/Etc.

New England governors will work to prevent higher energy costs, WWLP.com

Braintree electric officials make case for new power plant, Patriot Ledger

UIL offers $20M to customers if merger approved, Hartford Business Journal

Power cable project charges forward, with few complaints, The Salem News

Northeast Power Prices Dip as Demand Slides, Plant Boosts Output, Bloomberg

Massachusetts electric utilities prepare to issue refunds to customers hit by bill recalculation, MassLive.com

FERC denies permit extension; Collinsville (CT) license transfer request pending, HydroWorld

Despite Revised Proposal, Shaheen Still Concerned About Northern Pass, New Hampshire Public Radio

Powerful compromise: Northern Pass: Much to like (editorial), The Union Leader

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