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Natural Gas Service Ban Could Cost Virginians Over $27,000 Per Household

Reducing Consumer Choices Only Leads to Higher Prices RICHMOND, VA – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and environmental advocate for families and businesses, today released...
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Virginians Deserve a Choice and an Explanation

Virginia is home to more than 8.6 million residents. It boasts a diverse economy comprised of more than 780,000 small businesses and prominent industries...
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Plan Would Trigger Higher Energy Costs

CEA Midwest Executive Director, Chris Ventura, examines how activist lawsuits designed to limit family choices for home heating, cooking, and travel are contributing to...
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White House Does Victory Lap on Gas Prices While Other Energy Prices Skyrocket

While some politicians are focusing on small decreases in the price of gasoline, despite remaining at historic highs, CEA's latest analysis on winter heating...
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Consumer Energy Alliance, Mississippi Energy Institute Host Congressman Guest (MS-03) at Roundtable Event Discussing...

Participants discuss inflation-causing strain high energy prices put on agriculture Jackson, MS - Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and environmental advocate for families...
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Energy Bill Surge: Consumers Could Shell Out $14B More This Winter

With winter quickly approaching, Consumer Energy Alliance released it's annual winter heating outlook which found families will spend over $14.1 billion more this winter...
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Bad Energy Policies May Freeze Out Families With High Prices This Winter: New CEA...

EIA Winter Fuels Outlook Shows New Price Burden for Older Americans, After 1 Million Fell Into Poverty in Last Year WASHINGTON  - Consumer Energy Alliance(CEA),...
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Our Energy Independence Suffers a Blow With Change to Legislation

With permitting reform stalled again in Congress, the editorial board of The Sentinel looked back at CEA’s report, Everyday Energy for Pennsylvania, and discussed how...
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Run, Don’t Walk, to Tell Government We Need Affordable Energy

With Europe reeling from high energy costs and rationing the usage of natural gas, CEA's David Holt examines how misguided energy policies are producing...
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Game-changing Natural Gas Needs Support

CEA's report Everyday Energy for Pennsylvania examining how increased production of natural gas in the Marcellus has allowed Pennsylvania's families and businesses to experience...