Liberty Street Scene in Ann Arbor

As Michiganders continue dealing with historically high gas prices during the summer driving season, closing critical energy infrastructure like Line 5 will serve to increase prices at the pump even more, as Consumer Energy Alliance’s most recent study on Line 5 brought to light and was discussed in The Alpena News.

In fact, according to the latest numbers from the nonpartisan Consumer Energy Alliance, without Line 5, the state would pay up to $2 billion more per year for fuel. Across the Midwest, those costs could eclipse $29 billion in higher fuel prices over the next five years alone.

Read more – The Alpena News