“When you have limited space, who should that be for? We want to prioritize people over cars,” an Oslo official said.
The pending legislation includes proposals to encourage heat pumps and to bring energy efficiency to low-income residents.
A coalition of Northeastern states is looking to craft a regional cap-and-trade system for cars.
The debate in Holyoke, Massachusetts, is not unique in the Northeast, where pipeline constraints are forcing decisions.
E&E News spoke with officials from four states across the political spectrum to learn more about what to expect on the Affordable Clean Energy rule in the months ahead.