Hundreds of businesses and thousands of individuals are standing up for reliable energy.
The ACP will bring clean, reliable, affordable American Energy to our region.
Learn about the agency's impact on the ACP and why it’s important for you to contact FERC today.
Hear from EnergySure members who want to help economic growth in their area.
Small business owners, economic development leaders and civic leaders share how the ACP will benefit eastern North Carolina.
How West Virginia is working to make our region energy sure and the impact the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will have on the state.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is our region’s best clean energy option and our bridge to utilizing more renewable energy sources. These sources such as solar and wind are an important part of a diverse energy portfolio, but they aren’t realistically able to be our sole source of energy. To provide the same amount of energy that natural gas can, renewables would need to use much more land—anywhere from 70 times to 300 times more than the ACP will use. In addition, generating solar and wind energy could cost up to 10 times more than natural gas, a price that many families and businesses simply wouldn’t be able to afford.
On December 30th, 2016, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released its Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. But that may leave you asking, what is a DEIS anyway? And why should it matter to me, or this project?
A recent increase in vocal opposition to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) has caused some to wonder about the true level of support for the project. A recent poll affirms what EnergySure Coalition members already know —Virginians support the pipeline by a margin of nearly two to one.
The EnergySure Coalition is a group of businesses, organizations and individuals across North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and beyond who are standing up for reliable energy in our region.