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Does your firm have an office in New England? If not, should it?

from The Associated Press via The Boston Globe

The prices New Englanders pay for space heating, space cooling, and power-plant operations are among the highest in the nation, a fact well known by the Hartford, Connecticut audience of energy executives, regulators, environmentalists, and others recently addressed by Department of Energy Secretary Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, a physicist and Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor. He said, "Out there, in much of the country, the talk is about the energy revolution, the abundance of energy that we have, the way that we are in fact drawing upon new resources... promoting renewables, at the same time reducing carbon emissions. But yet, if we come here, it's not a discussion of abundance. It's a discussion of, in particular, infrastructure constraints," noting that, in New England, piping in natural gas and otherwise delivering heat or electricity is limited by a lack of delivery systems. Who's going to be doing much of the work? Geoprofessionals, of course, although Muniz didn't make that point; it's just a fact. more

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