More than 7 in 10 respondents said they strongly or somewhat support their state’s participation in the Transportation and Climate Initiative.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ordered New England’s grid operator to end a rule that let new resources lock in prices for up to seven years.
The current project-by-project approach to electricity grid improvements will cost too much and potentially limit development in the future, companies say.
The analysis by University of Rhode Island researchers did not account for aesthetic treatments, and found no impact from arrays in rural areas.
Supporters in Connecticut argue that e-bike incentives, like those in Vermont, would be a timely investment.