Energy Education

Energy development impacts every person in America and touches every part of our daily lives. It’s time to start a thoughtful conversation on how we develop and diversify our regions energy resources and understand just how important these resources are to our communities and our economy. Join now and learn how you can be part of the conversation.

Offshore oil rig with workers

Environmentalists Suspicious of Gov. Scott’s Deal to Block Oil Drilling Off...

Speaking at the latest in a series of public hearings on offshore energy exploration, CEA's Kevin Doyle examined the economic benefits to families and...
Pipeline analysis

Energy Exploration Offshore Is Right Policy

CEA's Keven Doyle recently discussed how new technologies have allowed energy production in the United States to produce more energy, more safely while also...

Top 5 Energy Stories You Might Have Missed Last Week

Last week's media was dominated by cold fronts in places like the Northeast and Southeast regions of the country, but there were still bits of...




Energy. It is at the foundation of everything we do. While people think of energy as fuel for driving their cars or electricity to heat and cool their homes, energy is so much more. For some, it is their job to produce it. For others, its needed to produce their goods that people buy and use. But for all of us, it’s a central part of our day – part of everything we do. So what does energy mean to you and how do you use it each day? These videos highlight people who produce, make, and use energy – these are our nation’s Energy Voices.