CEA’s Kaitlin Hammons discussed the consequences of a new Environmental Protection Agency rule regarding methane regulations, and how that would negatively impact families.
Kaitlin Hammons, Gulf Coast Executive Director for Consumer Energy Alliance, said The EPA’s proposal, aiming to reduce methane emissions, may inadvertently challenge Texan families already facing economic strains. Given Texas’s history of industry-government collaboration, the EPA’s potential outsourcing of enforcement raises eyebrows. Balancing environmental aims with economic realities is crucial, especially during Texas’s current financial pressures.
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