Twenty-two Members of the North Carolina General Assembly have requested that the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC) issue a stop work order and suspend the certificate of public convenience for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).  The April 12 letter filed with FERC by the legislators – 14 Representatives and 8 Senators, all Democrats – argue that the pipeline’s “developers have never convincingly demonstrated a public need for the ACP.”  The legislators point out that the “lack of demand for the ACP is underscored by the most recent Integrated Resource plans (IRP of Duke and Dominion Energy.”  The full letter is available here.

North Carolina Legislators Request a Stop Work Order for ACP
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