Colorado regulator Megan Gilman worries that the electrification of home heating could leave fewer natural gas customers paying increasingly high bills. But Consolidated Edison executive Marc Huestis told the Energy Bar Association’s annual meeting Wednesday that could be avoided by continued use of natural gas infrastructure for delivering low-carbon fuel.
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