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Romney wants utilities to pay for energy saving

December 22, 2006

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Governor Mitt Romney's administration asked state utility regulators to investigate requiring Massachusetts utilities pay for millions of dollars in energy-efficiency measures as an alternative to building power plants. The proposal by Romney economic adviser Ranch Kimball calls for utilities such as NStar and National Grid by 2013 to have paid for electric conservation or demand-reduction measures equal to ... (Full article: 665 words)

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