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As some municipalities and states look at limiting or removing consumer choice for heating and cooling homes and businesses, CEA examined the costly impact this would have on families in states like New York in our report “Wealth Inequality: The Hidden Cost of New York City’s Natural Gas Ban”.

Removing access to natural gas can prove costly for businesses and consumers alike. The Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) estimates that New York City’s proposed ban on natural gas hookups would cost every household roughly $25,600.”

Read more – The ACHR News