Karen Harbert and David Anderson outline how natural gas can help the Biden administration reach its climate goals in The Washington Examiner.
- According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), annual emissions from natural gas distribution have declined 69% since 1990.
- The shift from coal to natural gas has led to power sector emissions declining by 33% since 2005.
- Natural gas has been massively instrumental in reducing our emissions and should continue to be used in order to reach climate goals.
“America’s natural gas utilities are committed to being part of the clean energy future and have a proven pathway to get there. We have shown 24/7 that we can deliver clean energy solutions that will make for a stronger economy and a healthier environment while still protecting the pocketbooks of people struggling to emerge from the pandemic. Our environmental and economic challenges demand an all-hands-on-deck approach, and the natural gas industry is all in.”
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