Assessing risk in the state’s energy debate

Are the sides too entrenched for compromise?

THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL ENERGY POLICY issue pending before the Commonwealth – rivaled perhaps only by the solar debates – has been the proposal to expand natural gas pipelines into New England to serve electric generators.  Resolving this policy question is not clear-cut.  It is a complex issue about comparative risk assessment and risk tolerance.  The(...)

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