And to think I was going to talk to someone in person about this.
Me dull. You smart. That's just what I needed.
Articles like this really grease the shafts of knowledge.
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Superbly illuminating data here, thanks!
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I came, I read this article, I conquered.
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That's the smart thinking we could all benefit from.
Rep. Klein ought to be horsewhipped for calling a renewable portfolio standard an “academic accounting mechanism” because he knows better. We get power from the New England grid, period. What parts of that power are attributed to Vermont are based on what we pay for. If we don’t pay for the “renewable” attributes of the power, then we aren’t buying renewable power. Instead, we are just buying expensive brown power.It’s not an “accounting mechanism.” It’s called “follow the money.”