Gloucester Daily Times: My View: Expanding energy infrastructure: Looking behind — and beyond — the numbers

October 19, 2015 - Less than a minute read


“New England could lose more than 167,000 jobs, either temporarily or permanently, over the next five years if sufficient new energy infrastructure is not built to meet regional needs for more affordable energy. That’s according to a recent study by the economic consulting team of LaCapra Associates and Economic Development Research Group, which was commissioned by the New England Coalition for Affordable Energy.”

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