BOSTON — ISO-NE on Thursday marked 10 years of its Consumer Liaison Group, whose quarterly meetings serve as a forum for the public to get to know the regional transmission organization, and for the RTO to hear people’s concerns about climate change, their electricity bills and public policy on energy.
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