CEA’s Brydon Ross was interviewed by the Yankee Institute for Public Policy about opportunities to lower energy costs for New England families and small businesses.
Brydon Ross, Vice President of State Affairs for the Consumer Energy Alliance says that high energy prices will remain onerous unless Connecticut can expand the source of its energy supply. “You can’t shut down nuclear units, shut down coal and say ‘no’ to Canadian hydro and still keep the lights on,” he said. “You can’t say ‘no’ to every available form of energy. Our prices are a direct result of man-made bottlenecks.”
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