America has abundant energy supplies just off its shores. The CEA Offshore Initiative Open the Gulf advocates for federal and state policies that allow the exploration of America’s offshore energy.

This campaign highlights the importance of affordable, reliable energy in the lives of families and businesses nationally and the consequences that result from bad policy decisions around energy and the environment.

Wind Energy Initiative

Each state consumes energy just a little differently, we want to ensure that families and small businesses are aware of the importance of energy production, and how all types of energy work to bring us closer to energy independence.

As communities work to ensure reliability to a cleaner energy mix, large amounts of electricity will need to be generated by hydropower.

Pro Solar. Pro Grid. Pro Consumer. As solar technology proliferates, it can improve our electric grid and provide benefits to every American consumer.


Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) is a process that helps reduce CO2 emissions from the atmosphere while continuing to meet present and future energy demands. Find out how this technology is addressing current emissions reductions, now!

Pipelines for America

Our mission is to engage and inform you, the public, about the vital importance of our nation’s energy infrastructure and its daily role in our lives.

As New Mexicans, we need to support local and state policies that promote the well-being of all our communities through opportunities that drive our economic success and balance our state’s energy and environmental future.

Michigan’s energy infrastructure moves our state forward everyday.  The Line 5 tunnel project is a critical link to providing Michigan with better, safer energy.

Powering People works to alleviate, and depoliticize, the divisive rhetoric surrounding energy production and infrastructure. It will also explain how a mix of energy sources if carried out responsibly, can reduce price spikes and system bottlenecks on high-demand days like the dead of winter and the dog days of summer.

From the rapidly growing landscape of renewable technologies to the large potential for lower-carbon gas resources and the falling costs of renewable power and battery storage – to new collaborations occurring among utilities, states and local governments – all sectors, sources and solutions have a role to play in a sustainable energy future.

A CEA original video series highlighting communities where unemployment is dropping and small businesses are growing because of new energy production and development.

Line 3 has been operating in Minnesota safely for decades, but like anything we build, it’s time to be replaced. Help support the replacement of Line 3. Click the photo above and learn more!

The nation’s largest family festival showcasing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Energy Day takes places in multiple cities with nearly 70 interactive demonstrations and exhibits teaching students and their families about the various forms of STEM education.

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