New England's Shift From Gas to Renewables Faces Lofty Hurdles

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New England’s path to fossil-free power by mid-century could be much steeper than proponents assume. According to a recently released analysis by the region’s Independent Service Operator (ISO-NE), replacing gas-fired electricity with a mix of renewables and battery storage could unleash a host of nearly insurmountable, unintended consequences.

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