Don’t let Big Gas scare you. New England doesn’t need new fracked gas pipelines.
The new folks in town want to hear what you think about the Vermont Gas Pipeline. WHAT: Public Forum to Discuss Vermont Gas Pipeline Project WHEN: Wednesday, February 22 TIME: 5:30 – 8:30pm WHERE: Montpelier High School, 5 High School Dr, Montpelier, VT…
UPDATE: The location of the hearing on September 7 has now changed to the Pavilion Building Auditorium,109 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont. The Vermont Public Service Board will hear oral arguments on September 7 at 11AM in Montpelier, Vermont, on Conservation Law Foundation’s petition seeking a new review of this misguided, mismanaged and bungled gas pipeline…
“This is an incredibly important and timely decision,” said David Ismay, CLF’s lead attorney on the case. “Today our highest court affirmed Massachusetts’ commitment to an open energy future by rejecting the Baker Administration’s attempt to subsidize the dying fossil fuel industry. The course of our economy and our energy markets runs counter to the will of multi-billion dollar pipeline companies, and, thanks to today’s decision, the government will no longer be able to unfairly and unlawfully tip the scales.”
Pulling the plug on the Vermont Gas pipeline is long overdue. Conservation Law Foundation sued to require that Vermont Gas Systems demonstrate the proposed pipeline is justified. You can read our brief and reply brief here. It should be a tall order. If regulators knew in 2013 what they know now, it is hard to…
Late yesterday, CLF declared a victory in our fight to end our region’s addiction to climate-warming fossil fuels when gas giant Kinder Morgan announced it is pulling the plug on its Northeast Energy Direct (NED) natural gas pipeline. A Flawed Project That Was Never Needed The project as proposed was flawed from the outset. For…
When it comes to greenlighting dirty energy projects such as massive (and unnecessary) fossil-fuel pipeline build-outs, FERC seems bent on following an outdated “business as usual” approach. But as President Obama has declared in Paris, “business as usual” isn’t good enough, anymore.