North Carolina

“North Carolina’s economic development infrastructure is reliant on a modern energy policy that promotes affordable and reliable energy production and delivery while protecting our farmers, landowners, and natural resources.  CEA’s Campaign for America’s Energy will lead the way by reminding North Carolina policymakers of their unique chance to understand how the state’s energy needs can be effectively met with fresh solutions, while also protecting our environment.”

– Larry Wooten, President of the North Carolina Farm Bureau

North Carolinians spend just over $3,000 annually on energy.  For a low-income person living at the poverty line, that translates to 25 percent of their individual income.

North Carolina News

We Need That Pipeline

CEA Southeast Executive Director Tim Page discusses why North Carolina needs to bring critical energy infrastructure, like the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, online to help families reduce energy costs. We know about the project’s economic benefits...

Energy Grows Advancements in Medicine

“Back when I was your age” is an expression many of us have heard and have maybe even said to our friends or our own children. According to the PEW Research Center, for many years...

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. ...
Pipeline protesters barricade highway and burn trucks

Lack of Civility Not New to Energy

CEA President David Holt recently opined on the lack of civility and increasing lawlessness of anti-energy protesters (as we've documented multiple times - see for example here and here) which endanger families and communities across...

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...
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