• 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 […]

  • Consumer Advocate Launches “Power on New England” Campaign

    With New England becoming increasingly reliant on natural gas, Consumer Energy Alliance launched an initiative to educate consumers about the importance of pipeline infrastructure. Following reports that it’s getting harder for New England utilities to warm consumers and power energy-intensive industries during frigid days when demand spikes, a consumer group today launched a campaign to […]

  • CEA Launches “Power On New England” Campaign

    Movement aims to educate families and small businesses about the necessity of natural gas to keeping the lights on and homes warm in New England

    BOSTON — Following recent reports that it’s getting harder for New England utilities to warm consumers and power energy-intensive industries during frigid days when demand spikes, a consumer group today launched a campaign to inform families and businesses about what it’ll take to avoid being left in the dark: more natural gas. The “Power On” […]

  • CEA Applauds PA Approving Mariner East 2 Pipeline Permits

    PITTSBURGH – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Mid-Atlantic Executive Director Mike Butler today released the following statement after the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection granted the final two permits needed to build the Mariner East 2 pipeline project: “We applaud the Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) approval of the remaining permits needed to begin construction on […]

  • David Holt Joins Shale Gas News to Talk Energy Infrastructure

    David Holt, president of Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), joins Shale Gas News to discuss the various benefits and growing importance of pipelines and CEA’s latest report on how a lack of infrastructure expansion and the loss of other energy generation options could result in an electricity shortfall nationwide. Read more – Shale Gas News

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Trump Administration Pipeline Decisions

    Trump Issues Executive Orders on Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today commended President Donald Trump for signing a pair of Executive Orders that will allow the construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines to move forward, both of which will safely deliver the resources U.S. families and businesses need to drive down costs. In the case […]

  • Trump Executive Orders May Revive Dakota Access, Keystone XL Projects

    CEA’s David Holt was quoted discussing the importance of pipeline infrastructure in decreasing energy costs for families. “Everyone—families, farmers, manufacturers, distributors, and small businesses—will benefit from the decision to green-light a pair of pipelines that will help cash-strapped families lower costs, especially the tens of millions living on a fixed income or below the poverty […]