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With many states reviewing energy policies, CEA’s Kevin Doyle commented on the need for North Carolina’s elected officials to ensure a diverse energy supply that accounts for the economic needs of North Carolinians as families to recover from COVID-19.

The Consumer Energy Alliance also is pushing for an all-of-the-above energy policy for North Carolina, including offshore energy. Right now, Cooper’s clean energy policy is a renewable mandate that will require more natural gas pipeline and energy infrastructure to work, said Kevin Doyle, CEA’s vice president for state affairs.

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