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Environmental and clean energy advocates say ISO-NE needs to quickly pivot to clean energy and avoid investing more money in fossil fuel infrastructure.
Mass. Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Bethany Card adopted state emissions limits of 33% below 1990 levels of emissions by 2025 and 50% by 2030.
Recent uncertainty over New Hampshire’s energy efficiency program continued as the House of Representatives passed a bill to govern its pricing.
Merchant generators joined ISO-NE’s Internal Market Monitor in warning that the RTO’s proposal to eliminate MOPR will suppress prices.
Vermont DPS Commissioner June Tierney says ISO-NE must “achieve reliability, fueled by renewability with a keen eye on affordability.”
Phelps Turner with Conservation Law Foundation Maine says RGGI should allocate at least 70% of program investments to overburdened communities.
Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries wants to procure its own electricity from ISO-NE and be exempt from the Vermont's renewable energy standard.
New Hampshire regulators took the first step toward an overhaul of their net metering rules, reducing compensation for rooftop solar owners.
ISO-NE rejected a request to conduct an independent analysis on whether renewable energy and carbon reduction policies are creating a need for transmission.
NESCOE said that only states should have the ability to identify public policy-driven transmission needs for evaluation by ISO-NE.
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