The Central Penn Business Times published an article about the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance highlighting the addition of the Harrisburg Regional Chamber and the Pennsylvania State Grange to the coalition’s growing member base. The alliance, which represents a broad range of interest and industries, believes that responsibly built and maintained pipeline infrastructure is an important piece of our state’s and region’s economic future.
In the article, Betsy Huber, government affairs director for the Grange, noted, “There’s a lot of public opposition to these pipelines, and I think a way to overcome that is to have more people benefit from the pipelines going across the state.”
Additionally, David Black, president and CEO of the Harrisburg Regional Chamber, cites the growing need to update and expand our energy infrastructure. “Part of our hope is that it also expands. Obviously, our electric grid needs upgrades and improvements,” he said.
We invite you to read the entire article here.