Energy Education

The development, production and delivery of energy affect every American and touches every aspect of our daily lives. Whether you are from an urban center or on the plains in rural America, we encourage you to join us as we work to talk about how energy and environmental stewardship can co-exist if we work together.

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Largest National Energy Consumer Group Reacts to President Biden’s Keystone XL...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to today’s action by President Joe Biden canceling the Keystone XL pipeline, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt issued the...

Leading Consumer Energy Advocate Applauds Indiana House Bill Ensuring Natural Gas...

Indianapolis, Indiana – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura released the following statement of support for Indiana House Bill 1191, introduced...

CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week – January 22

This week was all about politics with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris being sworn in as President and Vice President during the 59th U.S....


Energy and the environment are the foundation of everything we do. While people tend to think of energy only 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 in a safe, environmentally sustainable way. For others, it helps support our nation’s vital supply chains that families and businesses depend on. For all of us, it’s a central part of our day – and the foundation for our economy, our lives, and our future.

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.

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