As CEA continues to advocate for access to affordable, reliable energy, we’ve found that low-income households rely heavily on natural gas for that affordability. This is an issue that civil rights leaders across the country have doubled down on amid the COVID-19 economic impacts.
“That is why having access to not only reliable, but affordable energy like natural gas is so important. That burden increases as income decreases and can vary by region. In Ohio, for instance, the Consumer Energy Alliance found that 1.7 million Ohioans living below the poverty line spend approximately one-fourth of their income on energy.”
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