Report: New England Region Is at Great Risk of Higher Energy Costs

New England has among the highest natural gas and electricity prices in the nation: Energy infrastructure constraints reportedly already have cost the region an extra $7.5 billion over the past three winters, alone. And now, based on the findings of a new study sponsored and released by the New England Coalition for Affordable Energy, things are about to get worse.

New Englanders Could Lose $5M by 2020 if Energy Infrastructure Is Not Upgraded

New England ratepayers are facing significant economic consequences, if electricity and natural gas infrastructure is not built over the next five years, according to a study released on August 27. Indeed, without upgrades, consumers and businesses could pay $5.4 million more in energy costs between … Read more…

Failure to Build Energy Infrastructure Could Cost New England $5.4B

Failure to Build Energy Infrastructure Could Cost New England $5.4B

Failure to expand New England’s energy infrastructure will lead to $5.4 billion more in energy costs for households and businesses, according to a study commissioned by the New England Coalition for Affordable Energy. These impacts would ramp up from 2016 through 2020, with similar or larger … Read more…

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