“Elected leaders across the state have the opportunity to implement and manage a sensible energy policy that provides solutions to meet our energy needs and keep costs down.  That’s why it’s important that Campaign for America’s Energy helps to remind our elected leaders of that opportunity and to understand how energy needs can be met while we also protecting our environment.”

– Brewster Bevis, Associated Industries of Florida

Floridians are spending nearly $2,800 annually on energy.  These expenses saddle people in communities across Florida who can least afford them, and leave them to make difficult decisions, like whether to pay their bills or feed their families.

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Consumer Energy Alliance Kicks off Energy Education Campaign in Florida

Tallahassee, Fl – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today announced the start of a statewide campaign designed to educate Florida lawmakers, families and businesses about the unending benefits of energy and the central role it...
South Beach Miami Florida

Rick Scott Wants More Gas for Florida

Governor Rick Scott on Thursday told the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) “to work with other state agencies, Florida ports, law enforcement and fuel retailers to begin examining ways to increase fuel capacity during...
Hurricane Aftermath

Kevin Doyle on Energy Infrastructure and Hurricane Irma Recovery

This Week in Jacksonville with Kent Justice on Channel 4 WJXT, Hurricane Irma recovery with U.S. Rep. Al Lawson; Allen Ginder, on Gov. Scott’s Technology Advisory Board to discuss tech support to help storm...
Hurricane Irma Record Power Outages

Over 10 Million without Power – Here Are 5 Ways to Prepare for a...

How to Prepare for a Power Outage As Hurricane Irma continues to affect millions of Americans in the southern United States, and particularly Florida, access to basic utilities like electricity have been greatly impacted. In...
American Energy Consumers

Embrace Opportunity to Explore Energy Savings

CEA Florida's Kevin Doyle recently discussed offshore energy exploration with the New Press. We urge them to support modern seismic surveys in the Mid and South-Atlantic to see what may or may not be available...