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

Offshore Drilling Would Benefit Georgia

CEA's Kevin Doyle looks at how Georgia could see up to $200 million in new tax revenues as a result of offshore energy access. But platforms or wind towers, if constructed, would be dozens of...

Americans Need a Balance: Cleaner Environment, Affordable Energy

CEA's David Holt discusses the importance of American energy development in creating a sustainable environment and affordable energy for families across the country. Yet too much of the debate continues to force a false choice...

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...
Solar at Georgia Port

Open Offshore Waters for Oil/Gas Development

CEA Kevin Doyle looks at groups who oppose energy development by poisoning the public dialogue with misleading information to the detriment of Georgia's families and economic growth for our state. When groups repeat the same...
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