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“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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Energy Grows Travel

While many often think of travel for businesses purposes first, according to the U.S. Travel Association (USTA), 74 percent of travel is for leisure and Americans spent $718.4 billion on travel in 2017 alone. ...

Energy Grows Meals For Families

Being a parent to a family is tough. Being a parent at home, during summer vacation with four kids ages 12, 9, 8 and 5 running around that house is downright brutal. During the school...
Sustainable Farming

Energy Grows Sustainable Farming

In 1930, 25% of the U.S. population lived on farms. Today, it is less than 2%. And 97-99% of U.S. farms and ranches are family owned and are producing 86% of the nation’s food....

Florida Must Work to Cut Energy Expenses for Citizens, Lower-income Families

Kevin Doyle, CEA Florida's Executive Director, and incoming Democrat Leader Senator Audrey Gibson, representing District 6, discussed the importance of affordable energy for Florida's families who are struggling to make ends meet. Far too many...

How to Prevent the Next Oil Crisis

CEA's latest report “Fueling America’s Energy Consumers” highlights the often-overlooked fact that oil and natural gas provide the majority of energy used in the transportation sector, and when the price of oil rises due to external...
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