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    Consumer Energy Alliance’s Balanced Energy Policy Recommendations for the 114th Congress

    At the start of each Congress, Consumer Energy Alliance develops a series of policy recommendations that we believe – if enacted into law – would ensure more reliable, affordable energy for American consumers. This year’s report, Recommendations for a Balanced Energy Policy: A Briefing Book Presented to the 114th Congress, provides background information and policy […]

  • Mid Atlantic States Could See Billions….If

    A CEA study unveiled at the Governors Conference on Energy in Richmond, VA today predicts that the federal government and state and local governments in the Mid-Atlantic states would see over $200 billion in revenue generation and the creation of 10,000 jobs from opening up the Outer Continental Shelf to oil and natural gas development. […]

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    Consumer Energy Alliance Recommendations for a Balanced Energy Policy

    The United States continues to a lack a clearly defined national energy policy.  Lack of sustained activity at the congressional level has effectively forced policy making in to the hands of federal regulators, many of whom remain constrained by limited resources and near constant litigation by opposition groups.  This situation is not only undesirable; it […]

  • Economic Impact of the Keystone XL Pipeline on the State of Nebraska

    The Economic Impact of the Keystone XL Pipeline on the State of Nebraska A new study by Creighton University economist Ernie Goss shows Nebraska will see over 5,000 new jobs a year and hundreds of millions of dollars in new economic investment from construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Goss & Associates report makes […]

  • America’s Energy Future

    “Consumer Energy Alliance believes that by utilizing our abundant natural resources, North America can achieve energy self-sufficiency by the year 2020. The New Energy Future report analyzes data from technical reports and other forward-looking documents to conclude that North America can nearly meet our energy demand by 2020 and fully compete in the global energy […]