Last month, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Adelphia Gateway project, which will largely repurpose existing infrastructure to provide residents and businesses in our region with additional access to affordable natural gas.
Our publication highlights energy projects and strategies from the Chamber's Energy Action Team that are boosting efficiency and resiliency, cutting costs, and reducing our region’s carbon emissions.
Michael Nicoloro, Senior Vice President, Sanborn Head & Associates, discusses how Greater Philadelphia’s energy landscape presents opportunities for business.
The Chamber’s Energy Action Team is participating in the 2019 Spark Innovation Competition, a 24-hour, think-tank style competition created to solve real-world challenges in the areas of advanced manufacturing, energy, environment, and water.
The Chamber's President and CEO Rob Wonderling submitted an op-ed to The Philadelphia Inquirer in support of the PennEast project to continue facilitating the development of energy-intensive manufacturing in the region.
Mark Longo, Director, ELEC 825, gives insight into how regional energy employers and stakeholders support a diverse energy mix.
Walter Meisner, Senior Business Developer, Avangrid Renewables, discusses the numerous opportunities for companies, utilities, and governments to utilize renewable energy.
In light of the imminent closure of both Hahnemann University Hospital and Philadelphia Energy Solutions’ (PES) refinery in South Philadelphia, Philadelphia Works, Inc. and the City of Philadelphia are working to identify all available resources from our local workforce system in order to mitigate the impact for laid-off employees.
Rob Wonderling, President and CEO, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, submitted the following letter urging the Southeastern Pennsylvania State House Delegation to support HB 1103, legislation that would expand Pennsylvania’s Pipeline Investment Program (PIPE).
Jennifer Stewart, Senior Vice President for Government and Regulatory Affairs, Southwestern Energy, offers insight into the natural gas industry’s role in reducing emissions.