Child Doing Homework During Power Outage

As Massachusetts’s policymakers continue to neglect the warnings of stakeholders on the cost and reliability of New England’s electricity, CEA’s Marc Brown examines the impact this will have on families and businesses across the state.

Despite these reliability warnings and costs concerns, New England states continue to mandate and subsidize the electrification of the heating and transportation sectors before there is enough new generation – most likely from wind, solar and hydroelectricity – at the ready to meet the region’s already-growing demand and the surge of it that will come as more electricity is required.

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