The delay on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project is impacting consumers across the coast. North Carolinians should prepare their wallets. These infrastructure delays can cost consumers dearly, but we would never throw the same tantrums over new roads or bridges.
“Besides generating jobs and tax revenue, pipelines help lower household energy expenses by increasing supply. That’s key for North Carolinians, who spend nearly $3,000 annually on energy. For those in poverty, that’s about 25% of their take home pay.”
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