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Consumer Energy Alliance Georgia State Director, Michael Reilly takes a stand against anti-energy activists pushing for a blanket ban on fracking.

“Before we simply take energy options like offshore oil, gas, and wind off the table, we must determine the impact to Georgia’s businesses, manufacturing, farming, tourism, and families – especially our least fortunate and fixed-income residents.


The impact of higher energy bills will affect the state’s economy and hurt receipts from the vital tourism industry, which brought in a record $66.2 billion in sales in 2018. How many Georgians, for instance, will forego driving to our celebrated beaches because they simply can’t afford it?”

Read more – Savannah Morning News