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New England has among the highest natural gas and electricity prices in the U.S. Energy infrastructure constraints have reportedly already cost the region an extra $7.5 billion over the past three winters alone.
The New England Coalition for Affordable Energy advocates for the expansion of all types of energy infrastructure to lower electricity and natural gas costs, protect jobs and grow the economy.
Failure to build energy infrastructure in New England over the next five years (2016 to 2020) will:
Increase electricity and natural gas costs by an additional $5.4 billion for consumers and businesses
Lead to the temporary or permanent loss of tens of thousands of private sector and construction-related jobs
Lower disposable income by $12.5 billion
Show your support for more affordable energy by joining our Coalition
REPORT: The Economic Impacts of Failing to Build Energy Infrastructure in New England
RELEASE: Study by New Coalition Shows Clear, Compelling and Immediate Economic Consequences from Failure to Build Energy Infrastructure in New England
Boston Herald Op-Ed: Region Needs Affordable Energy