With Gas Pipeline Projects Blocked, State Searching for an Energy Plan
William Dornbos, director of the Connecticut branch of a pro-renewable energy group called the Acadia Center, said: “I think this is a chance to pause and reassess the state’s energy plans.”
“We don’t think that’s the case,” said Dornbos. He said independent research indicates that energy conservation together with increasing renewable sources like solar and wind power can supply the region’s energy needs without massive investments to bring in more natural gas.
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