Posts by: Bruce Ho

State Clean Energy Laws Make New England Grid More Resilient

 May 9, 2018 by Bruce Ho, Senior Energy Advocate The New England power grid is growing more resilient and reliable thanks to state renewable energy and energy efficiency laws that are reducing the region’s dependence on natural gas and other imported fossil fuels. That’s the evidence-based message NRDC and many other stakeholders in the region delivered to the Federal Energy Regulatory…

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RGGI Shows Tackling Climate Change Pays Major Dividends

April 17, 2018 by Bruce Ho, Senior Energy Advocate The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, more commonly known as RGGI—a multi-state program that since 2009 has helped cut carbon pollution from power plants in half in nine Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states—continues to provide a gold standard for tackling climate change. A report released today by economic experts at the Analysis Group concludes the market-based…

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Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States Seek to Modernize Mobility

March 15, 2018 by Bruce Ho, Senior Energy Advocate  Who hasn’t had a day ruined by a traffic jam or a delayed train, bus, or subway when trying to get their kids to school, get to work, or get home? Or coughed when a diesel truck belched a cloud of dirty exhaust in your face as you went for a jog…

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Clean Energy Is Key to New England’s Fuel Security

March 12, 2018 by Bruce Ho, Senior Energy Advocate The New England power grid is rapidly changing as energy efficiency and wind and solar power increasingly replace fossil fuels, and natural gas replaces more expensive coal and oil. On Friday, ISO New England, the organization that operates the grid in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, filed comments with…

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