Emily Haggstrom, Consumer Energy Alliance Vice President of Communications testified on Tuesday, February 11 in Denver, Colorado on behalf of NEPA reform. The National Environment Protection Act (NEPA) is officially 40 years old. As new technology is made available for infrastructure projects, the legislation behind it should be updated as well.
“The people who would benefit most from these streamlined regulations will not only be traditional energy organizations, but also our farmers, ranchers, and wind and solar developers,” said Ms. Haggstrom. “That’s really something our communities are demanding right now, and they’re having just as many problems and issues as our traditional energy folks.”
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