On April 20, 2020, Virginia Mercury featured a guest column by our colleague, Tom Hadwin. Hadwin, a member of the Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance (ABRA) Board who lives in Waynesboro, is a former utility executive at Consumers Energy in Michigan and New York State Electric and Gas. His column, “The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is looking like a riskier investment every day,” is an excellent explanation of why the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project should not proceed.
Hadwin’s article clearly illustrates No Demand, No Need, the top reason in Friends of Nelson’s Ten Reason’s to Oppose the ACP.
For additional work by Hadwin see his 2017 video, In the Path of the Pipeline: Tom Hadwin, Demand vs Need, and his January 2020 report, Why Support for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Adds Risks to Shareholders and Ratepayers.