Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member Nebraskans for Jobs and Energy Independence

HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome Nebraskans for Jobs and Energy Independence (NJEI) as its newest affiliate member.

Nebraskans for Jobs & Energy Independence is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the proposition to developing balanced energy policies and ensuring that Nebraska can play a key role in the future of U.S. energy policy.

“Nebraskans for Jobs & Energy Independence is proud to announce its new partnership with CEA.  Nebraskans have a unique opportunity to stand on the front lines of our nation’s battle for energy independence,” said Barry Rubin, Vice Chairman of NJEI. “It is imperative that we have an all-of-the-above approach to our energy policy in order to create family-supporting jobs and stop subsidizing antagonistic nations who oppose our freedoms and democracy,’ said Rubin.

“Consumer Energy Alliance is very pleased to have Nebraskans for Jobs and Energy Independence as a key partner in the national energy debate,” said CEA Executive-Vice President Michael Whatley. “The primary goal of CEA is to unite energy consumers and producers in order to develop and implement rational energy policies.  With more than 28,000 members, NJEI is a vital part of the energy policy dialogue in Nebraska and we look forward to working closely with them to address the key energy and environmental issues facing both the Cornhusker State and the nation as a whole.”