Portsmouth Herald: RGGI right to lower carbon cap
The success of RGGI does come at a modest price to electricity ratepayers, who pay for the administration of the program through a fee on their monthly bill. In fact, some members of our editorial board believe RGGI should be abolished entirely for this very reason.
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