December 4, 2023

NEW VIDEO: Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter Highlights the Role of Natural Gas in Longer Term Strategy to Reducing Emissions 

The video highlights the importance of utilizing affordable, reliable energy sources to reach our climate goals without leaving historically underserved communities behind.  

(Washington, D.C.) Natural Allies for a Clean Energy Future released a new video today of former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter highlighting the role natural gas plays in a clean energy future. Mayor Nutter cautions against an all-or-nothing strategy when it comes to energy, asserting, it’s not good public policy and it’s not how we live. Natural gas, alongside renewable energy like wind and solar, must be part of America’s long-term strategy to reduce carbon emissions. Mayor Nutter warns if we move too quickly, we risk leaving millions of people behind. Natural gas is affordable, reliable, it is there when you need it, and everyone has access to it, creating a level playing field for most people across the United States. Mayor Nutter also recently penned an op-ed with former Congressman Kendrick Meek (D-FL) in the Washington Informer about the need to partner renewables with natural gas.  


About Natural Allies for a Clean Energy Future     

Natural Allies is a 501c4 not for profit organization that seeks to better inform the public and policy makers about why natural gas is best partnered with renewable power sources to accelerate our clean energy goals. Among the industry leaders supporting Natural Allies for a Clean Energy Future are: The Williams Companies, Kinder Morgan, TC Energy, EQT, National Fuel Gas, Enbridge Inc., Solar Turbines a Caterpillar Company, National Association of Manufacturers, Quanta Services, Inc., the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, International Union of Operating Engineers, Pipe Line Contractors Association, American Pipeline Contractors Association, Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), INGAA Foundation and American Public Gas Association (APGA). To learn more visit: