Politico covered the recent release of CEA’s Families, Communities and Finances: The Consequences of Denying Critical Pipeline Infrastructure report.

The Consumer Energy Alliance will release a report Monday finding the U.S. could lose nearly one-third of its electricity generation capacity by 2030 if it continues to reject new pipeline infrastructure and more baseload generation goes offline prematurely. Per an advanced copy glimpsed by ME, the report finds projected generation losses would eliminate 1,450 gigawatts nationally.

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