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“Smart, sensible policies that encourage new growth and innovation in energy are critical to the state’s future and ushering in a new and long-lasting era of energy abundance.  Constructive dialogue and common-sense solutions on energy will benefit Alabama’s businesses and our greatest asset in economic development – our citizens.”

– William J. Canary, Business Council of Alabama

Alabamians spend nearly $4,140 annually on energy. For a low-income Alabamian living at the poverty line, that translates to over 34 percent of their individual income.

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Green New Deal Would Cost American Consumers Almost $244 Billion – in JUST Four...

The “Green New Deal” is not such a good deal for American energy consumers. Designed to completely replace America’s use of abundant and affordable energy sources such as natural gas, the resolution’s goal is...
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Marcello Rollando talks Campaign for America’s Energy with CEA VP Brydon Ross

CEA's Brydon Ross joined Marcello Rollando to talk about the importance of affordable energy for families and energy consumers across the country. Listen here - The Reasonable Voices

Expanding Pipeline, Refinery Capacity Helps Alabama Farmers

Kaitlin Schmidtke, CEA's Alabama State Director talks about the importance of affordable, reliable energy to Alabama's farmers and what we need to do to keep energy prices low. Farmers also need to account for fluctuating...

Energy Headlines and Challenges to Watch for in 2019

CEA President David Holt previews the energy discussions and challenges that lie ahead in 2019, and what energy consumers - from families and small businesses to manufacturers - can expect. In 2018, the American energy...

Gas Prices Low in Alabama but for How Long?

Gas prices across the state and region are hovering at yearly lows, providing families with significant savings.  However, recent decisions by Russia and OPEC may see prices increase as we move into 2019. According to...
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