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Keep the power going strong and the natural gas flowing.

When we don't power on together

We Pay More For Energy

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CEA-PowerOn-web-sliders-012717 *“The Economic Impacts of Failing to Build Energy Infrastructure in New England” from the New England Coalition for Affordable Energy

We Take Money Out of Our Pockets

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CEA-PowerOn-web-sliders-012717 *“The Economic Impacts of Failing to Build Energy Infrastructure in New England” from the New England Coalition for Affordable Energy

We Eliminate Jobs Across the Region

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CEA-PowerOn-web-sliders-012717 *“The Economic Impacts of Failing to Build Energy Infrastructure in New England” from the New England Coalition for Affordable Energy

Learn How Natural Gas Helps Us Power On

What makes happy hours together so much fun?

From the equipment that harvests the grains to the heat that warms the kettles, thanks in part to natural gas, New England’s craft brewers infused roughly $3.2 billion dollars into the region’s economy, and helped to brew over 2.3 million barrels of the tasty beverage that people enjoy all over New England.

Why are so many visitors energized when they visit New England?

As one of the top destinations in the U.S., last year visitors to New England spent over $2.13 billion powering our local economies. From the bright city lights, to a local café on a gorgeous fall foliage tour, natural gas fueled their wanderlust and the tourism economy here in New England.

Energy in the stadium, makes the atmosphere electric.

Did you know that it currently takes 50 MWh or roughly $5,500 to watch five hours of football at Gillette Stadium? That’s why the power to energize a crowd comes not only the renewable energy on-site, but the natural gas too. Whether it’s the grills at the concessions, the bright stadium lights or the heat to warm the field, natural gas helps create the experience that keeps the loyal fans of New England coming back for each and every game!

What helps New Englanders carve up the slopes?

With 87 operating ski areas and over 6.75 million visitors last year, New England has continued to fuel people’s desire to get out and enjoy the snow! From the smooth rides on the chairlifts to the quick warm up in the lodges, natural gas helps power the memories all those visitors made out on the slopes.

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Energy development impacts every person in America and touches every part of our daily lives. It’s time to start a thoughtful conversation on how we develop and diversify our regions energy resources and understand just how important these resources are to our New England economy. Join now and learn how you can be part of the conversation.

Join now and learn how you can be a part of the conversation.