“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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Poll: Florida Wants Affordable Energy, Clean Environment, and Balanced Fuel Mix, Energy an Important...

Tallahassee, FL - A new poll released today by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) and the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce finds overwhelming support from Floridians for a balanced approach to energy. Conducted by MWR...

Energy Consumer Protection Pledge Reaches Milestone of 250 Signatories

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national advocate for families and businesses who rely on safe and affordable energy, is pleased to announce that the CEA Energy Consumer Protection Pledge has passed...

How Companies Are Innovating in the Energy Sector

CEA President David Holt was quoted discussing how innovation in the energy sector is improving the environment while allowing families and small businesses to see reductions in their energy bills. It has never been more...
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All-of-the-Above Energy Policy a Must for Lower-Income Families

With Floridians spending an average of $2,500 annually on energy costs, CEA's Kevin Doyle looks at how anti-development groups come to the table with no solutions to help lower energy costs for hardworking Floridians...

Energy Grows Advancements in Medicine

“Back when I was your age” is an expression many of us have heard and have maybe even said to our friends or our own children. According to the PEW Research Center, for many years...