Mass. seeks path forward after hydro project defeat

CONCORD (AP) – A week after New Hampshire regulators soundly rejected a $1.6 billion hydropower project, Massachusetts officials are demanding to know whether Northern Pass still is a viable option for delivering clean energy to their state by 2020.

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