• Denying Pipeline Expansions Will Raise Electric Rates, Cut Jobs, Jeopardize Energy Security

    CEA’s David Holt discusses how consumers will be impacted by higher electricity prices if critical energy infrastructure is denied. Denying America the critical energy infrastructure it sorely needs, and prematurely shutting off baseload electricity generation starts an adverse domino effect that hurts America, its families, its small businesses and its agriculture, manufacturing and transportation sectors,” […]

  • Minnesota Policies Need to Be Pro-solar, Pro-grid and Pro-consumer

    CEA Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura talked about the necessity for solar energy to be broadly accessible and affordable for all consumers. Solar energy has proven that it has the power to spark a dramatic change in the way energy is generated and consumed. It’s clean, viable, increasingly affordable, and thanks to the rising popularity […]

  • Groups File Competing Proposals in NH Net Metering Debate

    As the leading national advocate for families and small businesses impacted by energy costs, Consumer Energy Alliance has been fighting for fair accessible and affordable solar energy for New Hampshire. Read more – Public Power Daily

  • Why It’s Essential That PA Build Mariner East 2

    Mike Butler, Executive Director of CEA-MidAtlantic recently penned an op-ed on the importance of Mariner East 2 for energy consumers. Investing in our energy infrastructure, alleviating our bottlenecked pipeline system, helping lower our electric rates and continuing our strong record of environmental progress is a winning combination, for everyone – most of all, local businesses […]

  • West Slope Fuels Manufacturing and Maybe Exporting

    CEA Rockies recently put together a discussion on the importance of domestic energy production and manufacturing. Natural gas production in Western Colorado fuels domestic manufacturing and could play an important role in exporting, per representatives from three companies who joined in a panel discussion in Grand Junction. The Unconventional Energy Center at CMU joined with […]

  • Panel to Discuss Revival of Local Energy Industry

    Consumer Energy Alliance will be co-hosting a forum on the importance of energy to northwest Colorado. Key players in the possible renaissance of the natural gas industry in northwest Colorado will discuss how best to move ahead with development in a panel discussion Friday at Colorado Mesa University. Read more – The Daily Sentinel

  • Pipeline Advocates Gird for Battle

    Consumer Energy Alliance’s David Holt was interviewed on the importance of expanding natural gas infrastructure in New England. The Consumer Energy Alliance, an amalgam of industrial interests and individuals who support increased energy distribution, recently released a report saying a failure to allow expansion of gas pipelines would jeopardize almost a third of the United […]

  • Industrial, Consumer Groups Press Trump to Restore FERC Quorum

    Consumer Energy Alliance recently joined in signing a letter encouraging President Trump to fill the vacancies at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Warning that the recent loss of a quorum at FERC is “potentially crippling” to infrastructure development, a dozen industrial and consumer groups sent a letter Feb. 15 to President Donald Trump asking that […]