In its current rate increase proposal before the Public Service Commission, National Grid quietly announced that, “the Company has determined that there are adequate gas supplies …, such that we are able to temporarily defer the Albany Loop project from a supply perspective.” This, “provides a window of opportunity to … offer new solutions (e.g., […]
Some of the Upper Valley residents who made the trip to Concord for the PUC hearing on Sept 7, 2017, gathered in the hallway outside of the hearing room during a break
Dear Pipeline Activists,
In the same week that we’re absorbing the great news about the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and […]
The fracked gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline project is dead. On Sunday, July 5, the six year long struggle to stop the fracked gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline ended when Duke and Dominion Energy cancelled the project.
As a farmer living in Nash County, North Carolina whose property was in the crosshairs of the route of this […]
February 28, 2020 | By Mike Henchen and Sherri Billimoria
A prolonged battle over a natural gas pipeline in New York is presenting state officials with a critical decision point and an opportunity to establish themselves as national leaders in climate action. In contrast to utility National Grid’s proposal to build a $1 billion gas […]