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High Gas Prices Expose New England's GHG Reduction Challenge

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Inadequate natural gas infrastructure may pose a near-term challenge to New England’s greenhouse gas reduction efforts as high prices have driven power generators to favor burning oil over natural gas, a practice that’s 40% more carbon-intensive.

Low-Carbon Policy, Gas Supply, Gas Pipelines, Gas Prices, Gas Demand
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