Money's tight

Being Thoughtful About Energy When Money’s Tight

Even before COVID, when money's tight, too many people were forced to choose between having electricity and home heating or filling up their cars...
infrastructure

Natural Gas Service Ban Could Cost New Yorkers Over $25,600 Per Household

New York, NY – Following New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposed action to ban natural gas hookups in new buildings in the city...
natural gas

Mississippi Governor Signs Consumer Energy Service Protection Legislation

JACKSON, MS – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and environmental advocate for families and businesses, applauds Governor Reeves for signing the All Fuels Act of 2021, bipartisan...
Keystone XL

Steelworkers Join with Consumer Energy and Environmental Advocate to Voice Support for Ohio House...

Columbus – Consumer Energy Alliance, the leading voice for responsible energy and environmental policies for families and businesses, and the United Steelworkers District 1...

Whitmer Administration Finally Acknowledges Michigan’s Energy Needs, But Falls Short on Solutions

Lansing, MI – Following the release of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's plan to ensure the state’s supply of propane as her administration looks to prematurely...

Biden Administration’s Backing of PennEast in Supreme Court Right Move for Consumers, Leading Consumer...

WASHINGTON – The Justice Department’s filing urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling blocking federal authority to build the PennEast...
Appliances

Leading Consumer Energy and Environmental Advocate Applauds Mississippi Legislature for Passage of Consumer Energy...

JACKSON, MS – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and environmental advocate for families and businesses, applauded the Mississippi Legislature for passing the All Fuels Act...

Ripple Effects of Targeting a Single Industry Hit the Entire Economy

With the stroke of a pen, thousands of union construction jobs modernizing our nation's energy transmission system were eliminated.  CEA's David Holt looks at...

Protests Around Energy Infrastructure Projects Should Always Be Peaceful

CEA Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura spoke about the necessity for civility around the discussion and construction of energy infrastructure projects as construction workers...

Don’t Be That Surprised That Allegheny County Has Clean Air

With Allegheny County meeting all federal air quality standards for the first time, CEA's Mike Butler looks at how key pollutants and emissions have...