Thank you for fighting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline with us

When, on July 5th, Duke Energy and Dominion Energy abruptly cancelled the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, it didn't come out of nowhere. For years, SELC and a broad coalition proved again and again that this project was unneeded and unwanted. Finally, those facts forced Dominion and Duke to make the only rational choice and cancel the project.

We're so grateful to everyone who pitched in to fight this pipeline and create a cleaner future for our region. Thank you!


Click here to read more about SELC attorney and staff perspectives on the victory. 

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