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CEA’s report Everyday Energy for Pennsylvania examining how increased production of natural gas in the Marcellus has allowed Pennsylvania’s families and businesses to experience tremendous cost savings while improving our shared environment was recently discussed in the Williamsport Sun-Gazette.

The abundance of natural gas has also led to lower energy costs for both residential and commercial consumers. According to testimony from a joint Senate hearing held last fall, a report by the Consumer Energy Alliance found that due to the commonwealth’s vast natural gas reserves, “Pennsylvania consumers had saved over $30.5 billion with lower energy prices” over a 10-year period.

Read more – Williamsport Sun-Gazette