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.
Officials in Delaware and Chester counties allege the builder of the Mariner East pipeline network may be receiving “special treatment” because the state permitted essential construction activity to resume, and they expressed concern about community spread among workers. The work… Read More ►
The Consumer Energy Alliance provided an overview on natural gas and electricity markets, important sectors to Pennsylvania given development of the state’s shale resources and the state-based power plants that power the grid in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The majority… Read More ►
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 ►