These reports support the idea that the claim that National Grid “needs” the gas from NESE is false:
- Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis (April 2020)
Proposed NESE Gas Pipeline in New York: A Bad Bargain for Ratepayers and Taxpayer – Modern Energy Planning Would Be a Better Approach.
By Suzanne Mattei, IEEFA Energy Policy Analyst, Tom Sanzillo, IEEFA Director of Finance, & Margaret Stix, President, Lookout Hill Public Policy Associates
- Synapse (4-6-2020; revised 4-15-2020)
Assessment of National Grid’s Long-Term Capacity Report – Natural gas capacity needs and alternatives.
Prepared for the Eastern Environmental Law Center by Kenji Takahashi, Asa Hopkins, PhD, John Rosenkranz, David White, PhD, Shelley Kwok, Nate Garner
- Energy Futures Group (3-9-2020)
Critical Elements in Short Supply: Assessing the Shortcomings of National Grid’s Long-Term Capacity Report.
Prepared for: 350.org and 350Brooklyn by David G. Hill, Ph.D., Chelsea Hotaling & Gabrielle Stebbins of Energy Futures Group
- Rocky Mountain Institute (2-28-2020)
New York Can Meet Its Energy Needs without a New Pipeline.
By Mike Henchen & Sherri Billimoria
- 350.org (3-19-2019)
False Demand: The Case against the Williams Fracked Gas Pipeline (PDF).
By Mattei, Suzanne and others. (2019 March)