Georgia

“It’s important that our state lawmakers continue to stay on course in regards to developing and implementing innovative energy policies that meet our needs – now and in the future – without breaking the bank for hard-working families and businesses. That’s why CEA’s Campaign for America’s Energy will spearhead the effort by reinforcing the importance of the unique opportunity our elected officials and community leaders have to reinforce how the state’s energy needs can be addressed with effective, reasoned solutions that also protect our environment.”

– Bryan Tolar, President Georgia Agribusiness Council

Georgians spend nearly $3,275 annually per person on energy – nearly 7 percent of the state’s median household income.

Georgia News

oil

This Holiday Season, Don’t Take Your Energy for Granted

During this time of year of reflection and cold winter weather knocking at our doors, there’s something families and households across the country can be thankful for – reliable energy. It seems silly, right?...
emissions

Even as Energy Demand Increased, Georgia’s Emissions Fell by Roughly 95 Percent

Atlanta, Ga. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today released a Georgia emissions analysis that looks at key pollutants and the overall environmental improvements seen across the state in recent years. The analysis shows that Georgia’s emissions have fallen by as...
new jersey

Support Push for American Energy Dominance

From agribusiness to airlines, every aspect of Georgia's economy depends on energy. Our lawmakers should continue to support the push for American energy dominance, not blanket energy bans that will weaken our economy, national...

Carter Does Right by His Constituents

CEA Georgia Director, Kevin Doyle, says U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter should be applauded for his sensible approach to energy in the state of Georgia. Domestic offshore energy development could generate $590 billion, nearly half of...
healthcare

Can I Drop My Healthcare Insurance and Still Afford the Costs of Medical Bills?

The Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA), often referred to as Obamacare, changed modern day healthcare. As Karen Pollitz, health care policy expert and senior fellow at the Kaiser Family Foundation, explains it, the ACA is...