Is your Voice Being Heard?

"We all consume energy, and if consumers really engage, we have the power to shape the discussion." - David Holt, President, Consumer Energy Alliance

Trucking & Safety Task Force

Promoting trucking safety in oil and natural gas development areas through educational outreach, support for robust law enforcement, and shared commitment to safe responsible and considerate driving.

Build KXL Now

Keystone XL means jobs and investment for our economy, relief from record gas prices for our families and energy security for America. It’s up to us to make sure President Obama gives Keystone XL the green light.

Energy Voices.org

What is your community doing to promote new sources of energy?

Energy Day Festival

An official City of Houston event, Energy Day is a free, family-friendly festival on Saturday, October 19, 2013 that celebrates and highlights the importance of energy in our daily lives.

Poll: Key Primary Voters Support Arctic Drilling, Say Energy is Important Issue in 2016 Race

Poll: Key Primary Voters Support Arctic Drilling, Say Energy is Important Issue in 2016 Race

Key Takeaways: Voters in Iowa and New Hampshire have a 20 point favorability of Arctic offshore energy production. Energy will factor heavily in voters’ analysis of presidential primary candidates. No clear frontrunner in Republican primary race. Hillary Clinton is the clear democratic frontrunner in Iowa and New Hampshire with 64% and 58% respectively. Salience of energy issues…

BOEM Receives More than 28,000 Comments in Support of Offshore Energy Exploration

BOEM Receives More than 28,000 Comments in Support of Offshore Energy Exploration

Consumer Energy Alliance submitted 3,650 distinct letters to 8 separate dockets, for a total of more than 28,000 consumer comments to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management urging for the speedy approval of permit applications to conduct geophysical surveys in the Mid- and South Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). These surveys will help determine the location and…

Consumer Energy Alliance-Florida Statement on Florida House Passage of Hydraulic Fracturing Legislation

Consumer Energy Alliance-Florida Statement on Florida House Passage of Hydraulic Fracturing Legislation

The Florida House of Representatives today passed House Bill 1205, sensible hydraulic fracturing legislation, sponsored by Rep. Ray Rodrigues (R – Lee County) and Rep. Cary Pigman (R-Avon Park). Upon passage of the legislation, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) – Florida Executive Director Kevin Doyle issued the following statement: “Consumer Energy Alliance applauds Representatives Ray Rodrigues…

CEA Supports Electricity Rate Fairness and Equality

CEA Supports Electricity Rate Fairness and Equality

All across the United States, CEA defines its number one priority as facilitating energy policy that results in reliable and affordable energy for consumers.  While CEA’s stance is the same across all 50 states, there are unique circumstances and challenges to address when formulating energy policy in each individual state.  The details are varied and complex…

Federal Decision on Chukchi Lease Sale a Win for Consumers

Federal Decision on Chukchi Lease Sale a Win for Consumers

More Federal Actions Needed to Realize Promise of U.S. Arctic Energy Development According to press reports, today the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) reaffirmed its Chukchi Lease Sale 193, taking a necessary and important step forward in the effort to explore for and develop domestic energy resources in U.S. Arctic waters. The action…

Further Precedent Formed Against Local Energy Bans

Further Precedent Formed Against Local Energy Bans

For a third time this year a judge has overturned a local municipality’s ban on oil and gas production. A Cuyahoga County, Ohio judge yesterday overturned a ban on oil and gas production within the county, billed as a “community bill of rights,” saying the measure was clearly preempted by the State of Ohio’s regulatory…

What’s at Stake with Offshore Energy?

What’s at Stake with Offshore Energy?

The federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management – which manages the leasing of our national Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) for energy development – is currently developing its next five-year leasing plan for 2017-2022. This plan is a critical part of America’s energy policy as it directly affects when and where offshore oil and natural gas…

Alaskan Energy Consumers to Feds: Open Up More Areas for Development

Alaskan Energy Consumers to Feds: Open Up More Areas for Development

In front a crowd of supporters holding up signs that read “OCS YES!”, energy consumers, producers, and business leaders from across Alaska came together to express their support for more Alaskan offshore energy production at a press conference hosted by Consumer Energy Alliance-Alaska on Monday, March 2, just prior to an Interior Department meeting in…

Keystone XL Veto a Disappointment for American Energy Consumers

Keystone XL Veto a Disappointment for American Energy Consumers

Washington, DC – Today, President Obama will follow through on a promise to veto legislation to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, claiming that Congress is trying to usurp his executive authority and disrupt a review process that he believes is working. Upon news of the eminent veto, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), an advocate for…

Fracking bans in cities hurt everyone

When groups take the irresponsible and uneducated position of saying no to energy development, everyone – especially those in oil-rich Texas communities – lose, CEA President David Holt says in an op-ed published in The Bryan-College Station Eagle. On Nov. 4, the voters of Denton made history. They approved a fracking ban within the city…