New Study Reinforces the Lack of Need for the ACP

A study released this week concludes that should the Atlantic Coast Pipeline ever be built its affiliated utility customers will have difficulty in convincing state regulators to pass on the project’s costs to utility customers.  In short, “the project does not represent good value to the ratepayer.”

The Vanishing Need for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline” was released by Oil Change International and the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis.