RGGI prices boomerang as Virginia elects GOP governor and House, Mainers reject hydro line

Published 14:16 on November 3, 2021  /  Last updated at 01:01 on November 4, 2021  /  Americas, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

RGGI Allowance (RGA) prices see-sawed wildly on Wednesday morning after Virginia Republicans were projected to take control of both the governor’s office and House of Delegates in Tuesday’s election, while Maine residents approved a ballot initiative to prohibit construction of cross-border hydro line to deliver clean energy to Massachusetts.

RGGI Allowance (RGA) prices see-sawed wildly on Wednesday morning after Virginia Republicans were projected to take control of both the governor’s office and House of Delegates in Tuesday’s election, while Maine residents approved a ballot initiative to prohibit construction of cross-border hydro line to deliver clean energy to Massachusetts.

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