Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes Missourians for a Balanced Energy Future
HOUSTON, TX– Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome Missourians for a Balanced Energy Future (MBEF) as its newest affiliate member.
Missourians for a Balanced Energy Future (MBEF) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization comprised of small and large businesses, chambers of commerce, labor organizations, farmers associations, trade groups and Missouri citizens who understand that securing Missouri’s affordable, reliable energy sources for tomorrow means making common sense decisions today. MBEF calls on Missouri legislators and state leaders to educate Missourians about energy issues and enact legislation that promotes more balanced and sustainable energy solutions while providing accountability and regulatory oversight in the interest of Missouri consumers. To learn more about MBEF, please visit their website.
Missourians for a Balanced Energy Future is proud to announce its partnership with CEA. “Missourians have a unique opportunity to stand on the front lines of our nation’s battle for forging a balanced energy policy that embraces the innovative work-ethic that Missourians possess,” said Iri Scissors, Executive Director of MBEF. “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.”
“Consumer Energy Alliance is very pleased to have MBEF as a partner in the national energy debate,” said CEA Midwest Director Ryan Scott. “The primary function of CEA is to unite energy consumers and producers in order to develop and implement a balanced, national energy policy that supports domestic energy production. By providing a voice for Missourians, MBEF has shown it is a vital part of the energy policy dialogue in Missouri and we look forward to working closely with them to address the key energy and environmental issues facing both Missouri and the nation as a whole.”