West Virginia

“We are at a crossroads where elected leaders throughout the state have a unique chance to support a balanced, responsible energy policy that satisfies the needs of all West Virginians. CEA’s Campaign for America’s Energy will actively engage policymakers so they realize the opportunity West Virginia’s energy resources provide and how our energy needs can be met while also protecting the environment.”

– Greg Kozera, Director of Marketing at Shale Crescent

The average price of gasoline in West Virginia is higher than the national average, leaving a big impact on the roughly 18% of West Virginians who live in poverty. With West Virginians paying in excess of $3,900 per year on energy expenses an individual in the state who is living at the poverty line is spending 33% of their income on energy.

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West Virginia News

Ohio Valley Drivers Feel The Pain at the Pump

CEA Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura recently spoke with Alan Olson about the increasing financial burden families in the Ohio Valley are facing with rising energy costs and what can be done to help...

Natural Gas Growth Wonderful News for West Virginia

CEA's Chris Ventura recently commented on the series of one-sided articles published by Gazette-Mail ignoring the economic benefits families and businesses have seen as result of energy production in West Virginia. Regional production of cleaner-burning natural...
safety

Energy Grows Safety

What keeps us safe? Some of us might think that it is a tightly locked home? Some people invest in alarm systems to keep them safe. For others, maybe it’s a large vehicle with...
Renewables

Energy Grows Renewables

There is a large and growing debate in circles across the country and around the world on whether we should or can move to 100 percent renewables or a zero carbon future. No matter...
Pocketbook

Energy Grows Pocketbook Confidence

Did you know, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the U.S. is the number one producer of natural gas in the world, leading Russia, Iran, Canada, and Qatar?  A basic lesson in economics...
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