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

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Member Post: Fight Against COVID-19 Fueled by American Energy

Guest Contribution by Kurt Knaus, Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance American energy and the life-sustaining products it creates have never been more critical than they have over the last two months as our country has worked...
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This Governor Pushed Carbon Targets. Now He’s a Trump Target

With many states reviewing energy policies, CEA's Kevin Doyle commented on the need for North Carolina's elected officials to ensure a diverse energy supply that accounts for the economic needs of North Carolinians as...
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Natural Gas: Why U.S. Leads World in Cutting Emissions

Anti-energy activists have created more chaos, only hurting families and small businesses on a budget, by wrongfully villainizing natural gas without fact-checking first. Most of it is old rhetoric blaming development techniques and traditional...
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North Carolina Emissions Fell By as Much as 92 Percent as the State Continues...

Raleigh, NC. – Given that North Carolina remains one of the nation’s largest energy consumers, the fact that statewide emissions have fallen by as much as 92 percent since 1990 is a fantastic achievement,...
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Pipeline delay tactics only hurting North Carolinians’ wallets

The delay on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project is impacting consumers across the coast. North Carolinians should prepare their wallets. These infrastructure delays can cost consumers dearly, but we would never throw the same...