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Regardless of who is in office.  I hope that there is a plan that makes a positive impact on the enviroment.

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Matt Chester on Dec 1, 2020

Hopefully that positive impact on the environment can be pursued for its own end, not just because it makes business sense to do so. 

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Kristen Jaeger on Dec 2, 2020

Unfortunately, you can't have one without the other. If it's not profitable, you won't find too many companies that will want to pursue it.  Energy Efficiency has been big in MA and CT, mainly because of the credits offered.  If there is a net-positive on the environment, that's well and good, but money and profit are the drivers.

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