Mother and Son Cooking

CEA Midwest Executive Director, Chris Ventura, examines how activist lawsuits designed to limit family choices for home heating, cooking, and travel are contributing to rising energy costs that will see consumers spending over $14.1 billion more this winter to stay warm.

The higher energy costs placed on Ohioans are largely due to a lack of supply caused by shortsighted policy decisions that have discouraged investment in American energy development and blocked the building of pipeline infrastructure, while increasing the cost of producing and delivering energy.


Add in lawsuits and obstruction designed to stop current energy production by California-based groups like Earthjustice, as reported in the Tribune Chronicle, and Ohioans will see costs increase even more.

Read more – Tribune Chronicle