Feb. 17, 2022

WAYNESBORO – Pennsylvania’s role as a major exporter of energy will be the topic of a town hall hosted by Rep. Paul Schemel (R-Franklin) on Tuesday.

Schemel will share information about Pennsylvania’s energy future starting at 7 p.m. in the Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce offices at 118 Walnut St.

“Pennsylvania produced more than 230 million megawatt-hours of electricity in 2020, which makes it one of the biggest producers in the nation. Natural gas-generated power is our largest source of generation. I plan to share information about sources, including renewable ones, during the town hall,” said Schemel, who is a member of the House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee.

The chamber offices are adjacent to Montezuma’s restaurant.

Schemel said he welcomes questions of any other topics that are important to constituents.

“I enjoy town halls as an opportunity to hear from you directly. I’m looking forward to this, the first one of 2022,” he said.

Representative Paul Schemel
90th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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