• An Essential Oil for Relaxing at Home

    After a long day or even a long week, most of us like to head home, make or take out a good meal, before wrapping up in a nice fleece blanket and getting cozy on the couch to watch a favorite show or a new movie. Sounds heavenly, right?! What you might not even realize […]

  • Top Five Stories In Energy This Week

    We read tons of energy stories each week concerning a variety of energy issues, types, and products. While each type of energy can garner its own divisive rhetoric, we believe it is important to be knowledgeable, educated and up on the latest topics. Here are the top five energy stories we think you might be […]

  • CEA Statement on President Trump’s Nominations for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

    Washington, D.C. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Hold issued the following statement today thanking President Trump for his leadership and working to nominate two highly-qualified individuals to fill the vacancies on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), to meet quorum. “FERC plays a key role in evaluating and approving critical energy infrastructure projects. […]

  • Creating a Lifestyle for any Outdoor Activity

    While outdoor recreation can be a pastime or a passion, for some it is a lifestyle. Camping and other recreation activities are enjoyed by people all over the United States, whether they’re alone, or with family and friends, it helps us to get away from the stresses of our daily lives and to discover the […]

  • Pipelines Fuel Progress in SC

    Brydon Ross, Southeast Director for CEA recently discussed the importance of pipelines in South Carolina. Federal data has proven, time and again, that there’s only one type of infrastructure that can deliver energy, economic growth, and prosperity, safely and securely – and that’s pipelines. Read more – The Greenville News

  • Interior Secretary Zinke Signs Secretarial Orders at Offshore Technology Conference

    CEA’s David Holt discusses the Offshore Technology Conference and the impact Sec. Zinke’s order will have on energy consumers. By setting in motion the directives given by President Trump, Secretary Zinke is ensuring we don’t mix emotional rhetoric with crafting good policies that will benefit families and businesses across our country.  Read more – Daily […]

  • From Pipelines to Solar Panels: Energizing the States

    CEA’s David Holt discusses current trends in electricity markets. Two interesting energy trends concern the electricity markets. Electricity providers are relying more on natural gas to meet electricity needs for households and businesses. As we transition to more natural gas, we’ll need pipelines to deliver this fuel to markets. While most states are ramping up […]

  • Hundreds Gather to Share Opinions on the Keystone XL Pipeline With State Leaders

    CEA’s Michael Whatley discussed the Keystone XL Pipeline and the impact of the pipeline in the context of job creation. It will create 55,000 jobs here in Nebraska, and have a 1.8 billion dollar economic benefit for the state. And it will be, according to the Obama administration, environmental review to this, the safest pipeline […]

  • CEA Issues Statement on Signing of Pro-Solar Legislation by Governor Holcomb

    COLUMBUS — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura today issued the following statement following Governor Holcomb’s decision to sign Senate Bill 309, which adopts pro-solar policies while bringing equity and market sensibility to the way Hoosiers’ generate their own power through remarkable renewable energy technologies. “We applaud Governor Holcomb’s decision to sign […]