Anti-LNG groups fail to realize local benefits and global implications

August 30, 2023
Earlier last week, environmentalist groups rallied outside the Pennsylvania Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Task Force’s third and final public hearing in Chester, Pa., claiming they had been left out of the process. Later, they went on to testify at the… Read More ►

LETTER: Pennsylvania can lead in clean energy

August 10, 2023
As the U.S. Department of Energy prepares to announce its funding decisions for hydrogen hub projects, Pennsylvania finds itself on the verge of a transformative energy future. Our state’s three proposed hydrogen hubs – including the Appalachian Regional Clean Hydrogen… Read More ►

Letter: Back hydrogen hub development in Pa.

August 7, 2023
PEIA member Jim Snell, business manager, Steamfitters Local Union 420, sent the following letter to the editor of the Delco Times:Editor:Pennsylvania’s proposed hydrogen hub projects, including the Mid-Atlantic Clean Hydrogen Hub (MACH2) in our region, have the potential… Read More ►

With a Robust Energy Infrastructure Network, Pennsylvania is Well Positioned to Secure Hydrogen Hub Funding

June 26, 2023
Pennsylvania is poised to be at the forefront of the hydrogen revolution as it vies for federal funding to establish hydrogen hubs. With the Department of Energy slated to announce its funding decisions this fall, Pennsylvania’s three proposed hydrogen hub… Read More ►

Bridging the Clean Energy Gap: The Crucial Role of Pipelines in Pennsylvania’s Energy Landscape

April 10, 2023
In the heart of the Keystone State, untapped potential for cleaner energy initiatives awaits. Pennsylvania is at a pivotal moment in its energy journey, with proposed liquefied natural gas terminals and hydrogen hubs signaling promise. However, these ambitious projects depend… Read More ►

Unlocking Pennsylvania Energy Could Boost Security and Slash Dependence on Foreign Nations

March 6, 2023
Pennsylvania has long been a leader in energy production, from its first oil well in 1859 to becoming the nation’s second-largest natural gas producer today. But the state’s potential to maximize its energy resources is stymied by regulatory hurdles and… Read More ►

Earl Baker: Opportunities on the Horizon for Pennsylvania’s Energy Sector

February 3, 2023
In a recent op-ed that ran in PennLive, Earl Baker, former member of the Pennsylvania state senate and three time Chester County Commissioner, outlines a few opportunities on the horizon for the Keystone state’s energy sector. Newly elected Governor Josh… Read More ►

PEIA Responds A.G. Shapiro’s Pipeline Resolution

August 5, 2022
The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance (PEIA) today responded to the announcement by Attorney General Josh Shapiro that his litigation against the developer of the Mariner East pipeline network has been resolved.The case involved charges the attorney general brought against… Read More ►