“My idea is to come in from Canada. And we’ve got a proposal, we’re going to be looking to bring natural gas in from Pennsylvania up into Canada and down through Quebec,” he said.
That could open a new battlefield for environmentalists, whose work to wean the region from natural gas has been instrumental in stalling the big pipeline projects.
Greg Cunningham, who directs the Conservation Law Foundation’s clean energy and climate change program, said even if consumers have to pay a short-term premium for moving to wind, solar and other renewable sources, that pales in comparison to the stakes.
“These technologies aren’t just on the way, they are here. And they’re not just going to become less expensive, they are already less expensive. So this is not our future, this is our present, and Maine and the rest of the New England need to take hold of it,” he said.
And suck it up you whiney anti-wind Nimby's. We're not going to let your regressive and maudlin complaints stand in the way of progress. Cause we progressives know what's best for everyone [and our friends pockets].
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