The groups submitted the request in a four-page letter dated Aug. 1, to Kathleen A. Theoharides, state secretary for the Department of Energy Resources.

It was signed by representatives of the Acadia Center, the Conservation Law Foundation, Green Energy Consumers Alliance, the Massachusetts Sierra Club, Partnership for Policy Integrity, and RESTORE: The North Woods.

The groups alleged that the process used thus far in evaluating state regulation changes has been “deeply flawed.”

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