What if... Pipelines Aren't Build Into The Northeast?
April 21, 2017
Previous Energy Institute reports have provided both quantitative and qualitative detail with respect to how the dramatic increase in natural gas (and oil) production in the United States over the past half-decade has benefited businesses, consumers and communities across the nation.
These benefits have come in many different forms, from energy-usage cost-savings for consumers exceeding several thousand dollars per household per month, to the creation of millions of jobs and the lowering of the country’s greenhouse-gas emissions profile to levels not seen since the mid-1990s.
Most technologies necessary to aggressively tackle climate change are not yet ready on a mass scale, and #COVID19 is likely to delay development, a new @IEA report says. Continued investment in #energy innovation is vital to a cleaner, stronger future. https://t.co/8PPRLX2jA2
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