With anti-energy activists continuing to vocally oppose modernization of New England’s energy infrastructure, CEA Northeast Executive Director Marc Brown explains how the rate increases this causes ultimately increase the financial burden on seniors and working class New Englanders.
“These rate increases are not going to be isolated to New Hampshire,” said Brown, executive director of Northeast for the Consumer Energy Alliance. “New Hampshire and the entire northeast have enjoyed relatively low natural gas prices for the past decade. Unfortunately, radical fearmongering activists who have no idea how the economy or a reliable electricity grid function have opposed every effort to increase pipeline capacity to meet New England’s growing energy demand.
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