Natural gas suppliers unable to meet peak winter loads in NE

“For two days in late January, New England generated nearly one quarter of its electricity using oil, according to the Independent System Operator for New England (ISO-NE).  The icing on the cake is that New England residents had to pay oil-fired power plants a subsidy of about $75 million to ensure those plants bought enough fuel oil to keep the lights on this winter.”– Pentland of Forbes

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