Even as Maryland’s economy is growing and unemployment is falling, CEA’s Mike Butler discusses the need for more access to affordable energy for Marylanders, who spend an average of $2,925 on energy bills annually.

Maryland has been blessed in recent years with a growing economy, a falling unemployment rate and lower-cost energy. Thanks to increased production across the U.S. and safer, state-of-the-art technologies, families and businesses here saved $8.5 billion in energy between 2006 and 2016.

Read more – The Baltimore Sun