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Energy Council

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Energy Report

 

List of Energy Council Members

 

The Energy Council encourages the development and availability of all kinds of energy and conservation measures in an environmentally responsible and cost effective way. Not only do we all use energy to live, work and play – but the energy industry is a cornerstone of Illinois’ economy.  Our state needs policies that promote the continued expansion of energy production in Illinois, allow for development of energy resources and infrastructure to meet the state’s and nation’s increasing energy demands.  These policies will also help keep energy costs competitive and attract business to Illinois.

The Energy Council is made up of companies that generate, transmit or transport energy, or supply energy companies.   These members are in every kind of energy field – from nuclear to wind, from coal to solar and from natural gas, biofuels and efficiency to crude oil and waste to energy.  Together, we educate our leaders on the energy choices that lie ahead and advocate for solutions that will help Illinois’ energy industry grow and prosper.

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Learn about the Chamber’s Energy Council from some of its long-time members.
                                                                                                                                               

 

Governor Quinn Signs Nation’s Strongest Regulations on Hydraulic Fracturing
Governor’s Key Legislative Priority Will Set National Standard for Environmental Protection While Unlocking Potential for Thousands of Jobs in Southern Illinois

STUDY FINDS NEW NATURAL GAS DEVELOPMENT COULD CREATE MORE THAN 45,000 JOBS AND $9 BILLION IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN ILLINOIS

Study is first comprehensive look at Illinois jobs that could be created using hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technologies

Springfield, Illinois – New natural gas production from Southern Illinois shale has the potential to create more than 45,000 jobs in Illinois and $9 billion in economic investment, according to a study released today by the Illinois Chamber Foundation.

Press Release

Executive Summary

Full Study

Tom Wolf interview with Bob Murray on WTAX Springfield

AP Story

Crain’s article

Hydraulic Fracturing Myths and Facts

State Chamber letter to Administrator McCarthy

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