Clockwise from top left: Mary Usovicz, Merrimac, Mass. Municipal Light Plant; Claire Thornhill, Frontier Economics; Scott Shields, New Energy Development; and Brian Jones, ERM
The Northeast U.S. could meet its winter peak power needs with LNG rather than relying on oil or coal plants, argues a Houston-based entrepreneur.
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