“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. Learn More

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Consumer Energy Alliance Thanks Governor DeSantis for Urging Biden Administration to Unleash American Energy

TALLAHASSEE – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and environmental advocate for families and businesses, thanked Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for highlighting the critical need for increased U.S. oil and gas production, and...

Energy Mistake Gambles With Florida’s Economy

CEA's Kevin Doyle examines how Floridians are paying the price for bad energy policies, and we can do to lower prices. Oil is the chief cost factor in the price of gasoline and diesel prices. The...

The Biden Administration’s Aimless Energy Policy Is Gambling With America’s Economy

With energy prices rising to unsustainable levels, CEA President David Holt looks at the ineffective political policies that are continuing to drive prices higher while offering practical solutions that will lower prices for all...
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Florida Drivers Seeing Some Relief at Gas Pump, but It Could Be Brief

With Floridians experiencing higher energy costs every day, CEA President David Holt discusses the policy options available for the Biden Administration to help lower gas prices. "The Biden administration is kind of continuing to move...

Energy Justice: Ensuring Our Energy Policy Creates Just Results

Did you know we have an energy justice czar? Shalanda Baker is the first-ever federal official advising and coordinating these policies as the new U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Deputy Director for Energy Justice....