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Memo to Sununu: To save ratepayers, let renewables compete

I recently sat down with an owner of an advanced manufacturing company in Londonderry to talk energy. This Republican CEO, like the many CEOs and CFOs I work with, was keenly aware of the high cost of ... read more

Focus should be on lowering electricity rates not raising them

In order to cover their tracks, they also announced that they will try to repeal the electric consumption tax which would save ... not the ratepayers? S B129, which will reach Governor Sununu’s desk s... read more

EDITORIAL There are good reasons why coal is in decline

“Federal action is necessary to stop the further premature retirements of fuel-secure generation capacity,” said a 41-page draft memo obtained last week by Bloomberg News. Uh, no, it isn’t. The best c... read more

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How CBO budget scoring devalues efficiency … WITH PUPPIES!

Direct transfers aren’t necessarily bad policy: they include the good (rebates to consumers to shield them from energy price increases), the pretty good (subsidies for renewables ... Let’s savor it wi... read more


Legislative committee must help protect ratepayers with renewable energy standard

As long as they play by the rules, they will discover what we already know to be true – renewable energy has been a good deal for Montana ratepayers ... and boosting our tax base. Let’s do more in the ... read more

Massachusetts and Rhode Island Announce Offshore Wind Farms; Brazil Complains About the Noise

According to Sununu’s energy strategy, renewable energy should have to compete on price, without the support of taxpayers or ratepayers. Brazil ranks eighth in the world in wind-generated power with 1... read more

Wisconsin regulators approve WE Energies solar projects despite concerns from renewable energy advocates

Renewable energy advocates welcome the addition of new solar generation, but they warned the Solar Now program does not guarantee the best terms for participants and that the utility is using its mono... read more

LTE: Dominion Energy’s CEO casts a stormy future for our children

Curtains aren’t enough to quell the growing call for Dominion to stop abusing ratepayers ... lagging far behind adjacent states in renewable energy production. I hereby call on Mr. Farrell to write a ... read more

Utility plans to close nuclear plants in Ohio, Pa.

TOLEDO, Ohio — FirstEnergy Corp. said it will shut down three nuclear plants in Ohio and Pennsylvania within the next three years, making it the latest U.S. utility to announce closings as the nuclear ... read more

Energy Secretary Rick Perry Orders Regulators to Figure Out How to Keep Renewables from Crashing the Electric Power Grid

How can conventional generators compete against not just free power ... wasteful and inefficient because developments in energy markets—low-cost and flexible renewables, flatlining power demand and in... read more

Thank you, Gov. Sununu

Sununu’s decision to veto a $90 million biomass subsidy is well justified. Our governor is not opposed to biomass – or any form of renewable energy ... to compete in the market without government inte... read more



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