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Co-Founder and Lead Software Engineer Reliable Energy Analytics LLC

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The T, the largest consumer of electricity in the state, plans to sign a three-year contract for 70 percent of its forecasted electricity needs – and all of the power will be renewable. Presumably, outside of the ISO New England Capacity market. Yet another reason to rethink the current capacity market design and start innovating - outside the box.

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Matt Chester on Oct 6, 2020

Great news! Not only for the carbon footprint of MBTA, but also because such a large buyer going green really does create beneficial market forces in that direction

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Richard Brooks on Oct 6, 2020

I agree, Matt. The prosumers across public/private sectors are having a profound effect on the energy transition.

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