• Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

    Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

  • More Low-cost Energy Options Good for Florida Consumers

    CEA Florida’s Kevin Doyle discussed the importance of proposed legislation allowing Floridians access to low cost energy. We commend Florida’s electricity suppliers for proposing forward-thinking strategies that invest in North American energy resources while ensuring that Florida consumers continue to enjoy some of the most competitive electricity rates in the country for many years to […]

  • Atlantic Coast Pipeline Will Help N.C. Meet Its Energy Needs

    Consumer Energy Alliance’s Brydon Ross talked about the importance of pipeline construction to help keep energy prices affordable and encourage job growth in North Carolina. It’s an exciting time for American energy. We are amid a revolution that is bringing about more clean, affordable and reliable energy for families and businesses using both natural gas […]

  • Enbridge’s Line 5 Pipeline Seen Key to Keeping Energy Prices Affordable in Michigan

    CEA’s Brydon Ross and Chris Ventura discussed the consumer benefits of pipelines in the context of energy affordability and environmental safety in the state of Michigan with The Peninsula. Critical energy infrastructure, such as Enbridge Inc.’s Line 5 pipeline that safely helps satisfy the demand for propane in the Upper Peninsula, underpins Michigan’s economy, supplies […]

  • New Mexico Approves Solar Accountability, Transparency Bill

    CEA President David Holt discussed the importance of ensuring standard consumer protections were afforded to individuals installing solar panels in New Mexico. “We applaud the overwhelming bipartisan support by the New Mexico House and Senate who approved a bill that would hold solar installers to the same level of accountability as other businesses across the […]

  • Natural Gas Makes Energy Affordable

    CEA’s David Holt spoke about the proposed Richmond fracking ban. When a community is considering rejecting local energy development, it’s important to consider how the shale gas revolution has profoundly changed the U.S. energy landscape in less than a decade and the tremendous benefits that our local Richmond families and small businesses have seen because […]

  • Florida Lawmaker Fending Off Calls for Oil and Gas Drilling

    CEA’s Kevin Doyle discusses the importance of offshore energy exploration to Florida’s continued economic growth. “A strong and growing constituency in Florida supports understanding how energy development could help lower their month expenses and improve their standard of living,” Doyle said in a letter to Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. “We ask you to work with […]

  • Constituent Contact Campaigns Fear Ramifications of ‘Kicking Can Down the Road’ on Grid

    Consumer Energy Alliance’s support of modernizing Missouri’s electrical grid for the benefit of all consumers was highlighted by the Missouri Times. These upgrades for Missouri families would include new electric infrastructure and the inclusion of more smart-grid technologies to prevent power outages, grid security threats and restore power more quickly. The proposed legislation would also create thousands of new […]

  • Indiana Has Chance to Act Wisely on Solar Energy

    CEA’s Midwest Executive Director, Chris Ventura, discussed the importance of supporting solar energy in Indiana to ensure it is broadly accessible and affordable for all Hoosiers. Fortunately, Indiana lawmakers have spent time thoughtfully reviewing net metering for solar and other renewable technologies, which is a good step forward in ensuring solar can contribute to the […]

  • Mariner East Project Coming at Good Time

    CEA’s Mike Butler discussed the consumer impact of the Mariner East pipeline. It’s fair to say that in today’s intense political climate, taking a stand to a vocal minority can be challenging, especially as it concerns disparate residents across the state. It’s a battle being waged not just here but across the country, and the […]