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.
Yesterday, the Unionville Times published an editorial by Mike McGann about the waivers recently given to allow construction to continue along the Mariner East II pipeline. McGann argues that Governor Tom Wolf made the wrong decision because he believes the… Read More ►
The builder of the Mariner East pipeline network today announced that it received additional waivers from the commonwealth to resume construction activities at additional locations across the state. The waivers recognize the critical nature of this work and acknowledge the… Read More ►
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 ►