Ensuring Collaboration and Community Involvement
Help lead the way in the clean energy transition.
Community Benefits Plan
Beyond that, end users SEPTA and DART boast a combined annual ridership of 230 million and employ nearly 4,000 individuals, representing an immediate and wide-ranging set of environmental and individual benefits throughout the region. This population density is coupled with a continued decrease in demand for petroleum fuels for ground, aviation, and marine transportation, necessitating retraining of former refinery workers and other laborers in related fields who are currently dependent on petroleum or other refinery jobs.
We are also working with educational institutions that share in our commitment to developing equitable and inclusive career pathways for students. By collaborating with community colleges, HBCUs, and other training providers to develop micro-credentialing, stackable credential programs, and apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeships in addition to 2- to 4-year degrees, we are encouraging a diverse workforce while making these careers more accessible to jobseekers from different backgrounds and education levels.
RESIDENTS WHO STAND TO BENEFIT
According to the 2021 Census, MACH2’s geographic area represents nearly 4 million residents
PEOPLE WHO STAND TO BENEFIT
People who are employed within the natural gas and oil industry in the region
—Delaware Gov. John Carney