As It Turns Out, New Sources of Energy Are Blowing in the Wind

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Gregory H. Smith
Director & Chair, Administrative Law Department and Managing Director of State Capital Office
Published: American College of Environmental Lawyers
November 13, 2017

There is growing recognition that New England’s energy costs are much higher than neighboring parts of the country. To a large extent, these high costs are due to the combination of transmission congestion, an ever-increasing reliance on natural gas and a shortage of natural gas supply in the New England market. As a result, new participants are seeking entry into the market, including several seeking to expand the diversity of generation sources.

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