natural gas

Natural Gas Cutoffs Stifle Business Upstarts and New Housing in New York

New York state's denial of the Williams Cos. pipeline permit is already hurting families, small businesses and stifling development throughout the state, as many...

The Lights Are Going Out in New York City

Last week, entire sections of New York City were plagued by a black-out. Broadway musicals held shows in the street, restaurant go-ers ate by...
federal

Consumer Group Warns of the Costly Realities of New Jersey’s Sweeping Energy Master Plan

TRENTON, NJ – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Mid-Atlantic Director Mike Butler delivered testimony at the first series of stakeholder meetings being held on the...
natural gas

800,000 New York Residents and 43 Communities Denied Needed Gas Service from Pipeline Denials,...

New report from the Manhattan Institute, "Out of Gas: New York’s Blocked Pipelines Will Hurt Northeast Consumers" says blocking vital pipeline infrastructure will continue...
Freelance

Study Finds 100% Renewable By 2030 Will Cost Consumers $4.5 Trillion

A recent Wood Mackenzie study estimates that switching to 100% renewable energy by 2030 will cost U.S. consumers $4.5 trillion, assuming the engineering needed...
Renewable Energy

Consumer Energy Alliance Launches New Campaign and Report amid Latest Energy Mandate Announcements

Following recent energy policy developments, CEA to provide awareness around potential consequences to families and businesses. TRENTON, N.J. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today announced...
Moving

Imagine Moving and Your Power Company Says You Can’t Have Service

One of the most well-known power outages in U.S. history took place in New York in 2003.  All told, 50 million people lost power...