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

Americans Need a Balance: Cleaner Environment, Affordable Energy

CEA's David Holt discusses the importance of American energy development in creating a sustainable environment and affordable energy for families across the country. Yet too much of the debate continues to force a false choice...

Energy Consumer Protection Pledge Reaches Milestone of 250 Signatories

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national advocate for families and businesses who rely on safe and affordable energy, is pleased to announce that the CEA Energy Consumer Protection Pledge has passed...

How Companies Are Innovating in the Energy Sector

CEA President David Holt was quoted discussing how innovation in the energy sector is improving the environment while allowing families and small businesses to see reductions in their energy bills. It has never been more...

Consumer Energy Alliance Touts Shale Boom Energy Cost Savings for West Virginia Consumers

While at Shale Insight, CEA's Mike Butler had the opportunity to discuss one of CEA's most recent reports, "Powering West Virginia," with The Dominion Post. Shale gas talk usually focuses on jobs and economic growth, Butler said. But the...

Appalachian Region Consumers Saved More Than $75 Billion Over 10 Years from Lower Natural...

PITTSBURGH, PA - Thanks to increased production and new technologies, which have decreased the price of natural gas, consumers from Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia saved more than $75 billion between 2006 and 2016,...
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