Across the state, private companies are looking to invest hundreds of millions of dollars building state-of-the-art natural gas-fired power plants.  CEA’s Chris Ventura looks at why this is important for the state’s economy and West Virginians looking for employment.

Recent headlines detailing how a proposed natural gas power plant in Harrison County is about to begin construction is welcome news to West Virginians looking for work. This plant, in addition to other proposed energy-related construction projects across the state, would reportedly generate thousands of direct and indirect jobs providing family-sustaining wages.

Read more – The Shinnston News & Harrison County Journal