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.
Recently, WHYY News covered a Philadelphia suburb embroiled in a fight brought on by Not In My Back Yard (NIMBY) activists, regarding a court order to release communications between municipal officials and the developer of a natural gas pipeline. Although the… Read More ►
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission today voted unanimously, 3-0, to adopt a settlement outlined earlier this year with the developers of the Revolution Pipeline in western Pennsylvania. Several members of the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance weighed in on the proposed… Read More ►
Today, the Delaware Valley Journal published a piece by Chris Woodard outlining why the “Build Back Better” plan may not be better for the energy sector. In the coming days, Congress is expected to vote on its version of the… Read More ►