The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance supports investments to modernize energy infrastructure to ensure reliable access to low-cost energy to power our local economy and ensure the utmost safety and health of our communities.
The Consumer Energy Alliance, a longtime member of the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance, today launched a new tele-town hall series to keep members updated on energy policy and related issues during the nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The town… Read More ►
Competitive Power Ventures Inc. (CPV) announced last week that its power plant in Central Pennsylvania has tested new technology that will allow the plant to blend ethane with natural gas to generate electricity. CPV’s Fairview Energy Center in Cambria County… Read More ►
The Falcon Pipeline being built by Shell recently followed suit with other companies and ceased construction on their due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The company then applied for a waiver to continue construction under the circumstances that employees followed the… Read More ►