Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that supports the thoughtful utilization of energy resources to help ensure improved domestic and global energy security and stable prices for consumers. We seek to help improve consumer understanding of our nation’s energy security, including the need to reduce reliance on imported oil and natural gas, maintain reasonable energy prices for consumers, properly balance our energy needs with environmental & conservation goals and continue efforts to diversify our energy resources.
With more than 202 members and thousands of grassroots supporters, CEA has long advocated that the country needs a national energy policy that provides a comprehensive solution. In short, we need it all.
- More access to offshore and onshore oil & natural gas
- Increased utilization of alternative energy
- Enhanced energy efficiency and conservation
The mission of CEA is to expand the dialogue between the energy & consuming sectors to improve overall understanding of energy security and the thoughtful development and utilization of energy resources to help create sound energy policy and maintain stable energy prices for consumers.
The goal of CEA is to motivate and provide a voice for consumers interested in vital public issues, such as responsible access to available natural resources; power generation; impact of energy prices on business, agriculture and consumers; development of a robust, domestic renewable energy industry; and utilization of new technologies that allow for higher levels of energy efficiency and conservation.
Well positioned with our Board of Advisors, Consumer Energy Alliance provides sound, unbiased information on U.S. and global energy issues for consumers and supporters via:
- Comprehensive consumer energy website
- CEA Energy Events, such as Energy Day and Energy Forum, bringing together consumers, end-users, businesses and energy providers with elected officials to discuss and shape U.S. energy policy
- Monthly CEA Newsletter informing consumers about ways to reduce energy costs and improve near-term and long-term policy
- Energy Issue E-mail Alerts
- Nationwide campaign to promote energy conservation through the Consumer Efficiency Pledge posted on our website
CEA has already developed a solid reputation through our successful efforts to build support for balanced energy policy by:
- Contributing to debate on energy-related legislation and working to halt initiatives counter to domestic energy production
- Forming an offshore energy coalition to address important policy initiatives and to help expand responsible access to oil and gas resources
- Creating CEA affiliates in Florida, Alaska, Texas, the Mid-Atlantic, and the Southeastern United States
- Initiating dialogue among consumers, industry and Washington through increased communications campaigns
Helping to create a coalition for energy workforce initiative
For more information on CEA, please view our brochure.