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February 25, 2024
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NE Stakeholders Support Developing Time-varying Rates
From left: Long Lam, Brattle Group; Travis Kavulla, NRG; Carleton Simpson, New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission; Claire Coleman, Connecticut Office of Consumer Counsel; and Amy Boyd, Acadia Center
From left: Long Lam, Brattle Group; Travis Kavulla, NRG; Carleton Simpson, New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission; Claire Coleman, Connecticut Office of Consumer Counsel; and Amy Boyd, Acadia Center | © RTO Insider LLC
Energy leaders in New England are calling on the states to look at developing time-varying rates to reduce costs and environmental burdens.
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