• Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

    Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

  • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

    Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

  • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

    Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

  • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

    Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

  • CEA Asks Legislators to Support Vital Pipeline Infrastructure & Help Lower Electricity Costs

    Consumer advocate submits over 4500 letters from consumers, families and small business owners, urging state leaders to oppose efforts in the Energy Diversity Bill that would stifle families in the area

    Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization with more than 20,000 members in New England, delivered more than 4,500 letters from energy consumers across Massachusetts to 40 senators and three House members urging them to oppose an amendment included in the Energy Diversity Bill that would prevent vital pipeline infrastructure from being built […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Statement on Cook Inlet Lease Sale Draft EIS

    In response to today’s U,S, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) release of a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for proposed Cook Inlet Lease Sale 244 (June 2017), Consumer Energy Alliance President David Holt issued the following statement: “Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to see BOEM taking an important step forward in preparing for […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes Three New Members From Kentucky to its Membership

    The Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives (KEAC), Big Rivers Electric Corporation and East Kentucky Power Cooperative join CEA's growing list of member organizations

    Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives (KEAC), Big Rivers Electric Corporation and East Kentucky Power Cooperative (EKPC) as its newest affiliate members. “CEA is very excited to welcome three new members from Kentucky,” said Brydon Ross, Vice President of State Affairs. “We look forward to working with […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Statement on Final Arctic Drilling Rule

    In response to today’s Interior Department release of a final Arctic offshore exploratory drilling rule, Consumer Energy Alliance President David Holt issued the following statement: “In recent years, due in large part to bureaucratic red tape and a convoluted and ever-changing federal regulatory landscape associated with offshore energy development in the U.S. Arctic, Alaska has […]

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    Consumer Energy Alliance Submits Petition in Support of Oil and Gas Leasing in New Mexico

    More than 650 New Mexicans ask Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to reinstate oil and gas lease sale near Chaco Culture Nation Historic Park

    FARMINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) has submitted a petition with more than 650 signatures of New Mexico citizens to agency director Neil Kornze asking the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to reconsider its decision to delay the October 19th oil and gas lease sale near Chaco Culture National Historic Park in New Mexico and […]

  • Energy Costs and Infrastructure Important for Bay Staters

    Voters in Massachusetts Strongly Support Natural Gas Infrastructure and Renewable Energy

    A poll conducted for Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) this week shows that Massachusetts voters believe that energy issues are important and that they strongly support the use of natural gas for electricity generation, expansion of existing natural gas infrastructure, as well the development of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar. Key findings: • […]