Brydon Ross was interviewed about recent legislation passed in Massachusetts that will impact families and small businesses.

Though included in some earlier versions, the final bill left out a provision that would have barred the state’s electric distribution utilities from signing long-term contracts for natural gas pipeline capacity. That, noted Brydon Ross, vice president for state affairs at the Consumer Energy Alliance, will reinforce utilities’ option to use natural gas to meet unplanned electricity demand spikes.

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