“Hecate has already won renewable energy credits for 30 megawatts of the project and agreed to sell the remaining 20 megawatts out-of-state to two Connecticut utilities. Saving Greene, a local group opposed to the project, raises issue with these planned exports and questions whether the project should be granted permits if energy will not remain in the state to support the Clean Energy Standard. “Can and should New York State use Article 10 to mandate the siting of a plant when it is being constructed with the specific intent to sell a significant part of its energy outside the state?” the group writes. “
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French, Marie. Politico 5 October 2018.