South Carolina

“This is a pivotal time for state lawmakers to initiate a 21st century energy policy that satisfies our needs, while ensuring affordable energy for our state’s hard-working individuals, farmers, families, manufacturers and businesses. We look forward to working with CEA to remind South Carolina policymakers of this important opportunity to understand how the state’s energy needs can be tackled with innovative solutions, while also protecting our environment.”

– Ellen Weaver, President and CEO of the Palmetto Promise Institute

South Carolinians spend nearly $3,765 annually on energy. For a low-come person living at the poverty line, that translates to 31 percent of their individual income.

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Stop Hurting Environment American Energy Protecting

David Holt, CEA's President, addresses the recent increase in extremists attempting to sabotage or tamper with America's energy infrastructure - and the real, deadly consequences that can result from their disregard for the environment...
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Green New Deal Would Cost American Consumers Almost $244 Billion – in JUST Four...

The “Green New Deal” is not such a good deal for American energy consumers. Designed to completely replace America’s use of abundant and affordable energy sources such as natural gas, the resolution’s goal is...
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Marcello Rollando talks Campaign for America’s Energy with CEA VP Brydon Ross

CEA's Brydon Ross joined Marcello Rollando to talk about the importance of affordable energy for families and energy consumers across the country. Listen here - The Reasonable Voices

Energy Headlines and Challenges to Watch for in 2019

CEA President David Holt previews the energy discussions and challenges that lie ahead in 2019, and what energy consumers - from families and small businesses to manufacturers - can expect. In 2018, the American energy...

Energy Affordability Must Be a Top Concern for Newly Elected

CEA President David Holt discusses the importance of affordable energy to those living below the poverty line and on fixed incomes and why it is a false choice to say we can have either...
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