Groups say Boston electric grid upgrades should anticipate offshore wind
- Sep 1, 2020 11:05 pm GMT
Mystic Generating Station, on the Mystic River in Everett, Massachusetts. Photo Credit: Fletcher6 / Wikimedia Commons
Written by: Sarah Shemkus
Critics say ISO New England was too quick to dismiss a more expensive plan that would have helped prepare the Boston-area electric grid for future offshore wind.
As New England’s power grid operator lays plans for maintaining reliability after a major power plant retirement, critics say it’s missing a chance to simultaneously prepare for offshore wind transmission.
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