Last year, Consumer Energy Alliance called into question a New England electricity report commissioned by anti-energy groups which led to regulators reviewing inaccurate allegations. CEA’s Brydon Ross commented on yet another regulatory agency determining the report’s allegations were unfounded.
Readers should commend the New Haven Register for its recent story “Connecticut regulators clear natural gas companies of wrongdoing.”
A year ago, several anti-pipeline activist groups issued a “report” with fabricated claims that utilities and gas companies were manipulating prices — all in a ploy to gloss over the real costs endured by New England families for exorbitant electricity and home heating. This report was especially galling since the impacts it described were a direct result of the policies these same organizations created by fighting against the critical infrastructure families and businesses need to keep the lights on and stay warm this winter.
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