Jeremy Beaman of The Washington Examiner reports on possible blackouts in New England this winter.
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- New England’s regional utility is warning residents that blackouts may be possible this winter if harsh weather hits the region.
- The grid operator cited supply chain constraints, high global prices, and a lack of available infrastructure such as pipelines as reasons for potential blackouts.
- As we are seeing in the case of New England and the rest of the world, durable climate solutions must create affordable and reliable energy for consumers.
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