Social Distancing in Mild Weather Drives Down Energy Prices in New England
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New England saw a big drop in energy prices and demand in March, as the coronavirus pandemic coincided with mild late-winter weather.

The region’s grid operator, ISO-New England, says March had the lowest electricity prices since 2003, when the current market structure began.

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