Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: Ameren Missouri

HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome Ameren Missouri as its newest affiliate member. And the St. Louis-based, investor-owned utility wasted no time in getting involved as Ameren Missouri was one of the sponsors and presenters at CEA’s Energy 101 Legislative Breakfast at the Missouri Capitol on April 8th. “Ameren Missouri is…

CEA Launches New Initiative in Little Rock

CEA Launches New Initiative in Little Rock

Little Rock, AR –Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today kicked off the Energy Development & Jobs (EDJ) Alliance, a new initiative based out of Little Rock that will focus on educating Americans about the need for expanding the nation’s aging energy infrastructure and developing legislative and business support to ensure that the benefits of energy are…

Poll: Energy and Infrastructure Will Play a Key Role in 2016 Election

Poll: Energy and Infrastructure Will Play a Key Role in 2016 Election

Voters in Virginia, North Carolina and West Virginia Strongly Support Pipeline Construction and Energy Development Recent polling conducted for Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) continues to examine what role the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Keystone XL Pipeline, offshore production and other energy issues could play in the 2016 presidential election. And as echoed in recent poll results from Iowa,…

Alaskan Organizations, Legislators, Individuals Submit Letter to Seattle Port Commissioners

Alaskan Organizations, Legislators, Individuals Submit Letter to Seattle Port Commissioners

Anchorage– Consumer Energy Alliance- Alaska (CEA- Alaska) along with 13 other statewide organizations, 19 Alaska state legislators, and numerous individuals today submitted a letter to Port of Seattle Commissioners asking for their continued support for hosting vessels and equipment that will assist with upcoming summer exploration activity in the Chukchi Sea. The staging of vessels…

Americans Stress Need for Sensible Arctic Energy Rules

Americans Stress Need for Sensible Arctic Energy Rules

For the fourth time this year, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) has helped Americans support an all-of-the-above energy policy that includes a robust offshore energy program. In its latest effort, CEA has gathered over 87,000 grassroots comments conveying the need for sensible regulations on Arctic energy exploration and warning that the U.S. Department of Interior’s (DOI)…

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