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

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Gas Prices to Rise in 2022 Amid Soaring Demand, Omicron Spread

Michael Zehr, CEA's federal policy advisor recently sat down with Cheddar News to talk about soaring gas prices and the pain consumers will be feeling when paying their energy bills through 2022. Watch here -...

High Energy Prices to Increase Costs for America’s Commercial and Industrial Companies by $41...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – America’s businesses and manufacturers can expect to pay at least $41.4 billion more for business-related energy costs in 2022, according to analysis by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and...

Build Back Better Act Missed Opportunity to Lower Energy Prices While Achieving Climate Goals

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading North American energy and environmental advocate for families and businesses, expressed concern over aspects of President Biden’s Build Back Better Act that will make energy...
Supply Chain

Supply Chain Issues Will Snowball into the Holidays

The day after Thanksgiving marks the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. Although this may be every shopaholic’s favorite time of year, beware of the snowballing supply chain issues that will leave your...

Georgia’s Energy Successes Shouldn’t Be Undone by the Federal Government

Georgians concerned about high gasoline prices, inflation, and high home heating bills this winter need look no further than the United Kingdom or California to see how bad things get when fact-free activist demands...