CEA Florida

As a state, Florida uses more energy than it produces. A growing economy, rising population and increasing globalization all put pressure on Florida to import more energy from other states and overseas, as well as produce more of its own energy. Our Florida chapter works to provide information and advocacy on the various ways Florida is working to diversify its energy portfolio. From expanding residential solar capacity, increased exploration for natural gas, and opportunities to site offshore wind and oil and gas facilities, Florida’s energy future is full of sunshine!

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Now Looking to the Issues

Kevin Doyle, Executive Director of CEA Florida, talks about the necessity of supporting the energy needs of Floridians by ensuring a diverse, affordable supply...
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Affordable Energy: Let’s Find Real Solutions

As we head into the holidays, many of us will take the time to help those who have fallen upon hard times. Our neighbors and...
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FPL, Turkey Point, Not the Boogeyman

Keven Doyle, CEA Florida Executive Director, discusses how nuclear power is an importance part of Florida's clean, carbon-free energy mix. Anti-nuclear-power groups will use any...
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Florida Should Take Another Look at Its Solar Policy

Kevin Doyle, CEA-Florida Executive Director looks at how Floridians are benefiting from access to solar energy and how new policies can make solar more...
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During Hurricane Season, Pipelines Expansion Is a Must-have

CEA Florida Executive Director was featured in the Sun Sentinel discussing the importance of pipelines during hurricane season. Florida is reportedly vulnerable to energy disruption in...

CEA hosts press conference to urge approval of Keystone XL Pipeline

The Florida Current reports on the Tallahassee press conference that Consumer Energy Alliance - Florida hosted in the State Capitol to urge the White...

Keystone XL Pipeline is in Florida’s Best Interests

Consumer Energy Alliance's Florida Director Kevin Doyle writes in the Tallahassee Democrat about how the Keystone XL Pipeline project is in Florida's best interest...

CEA Fla. Advocates for KXL

In Florida, CEA is advocating to build the Keystone XL pipeline.  Exec. Director Kevin Doyle makes the case: Sunshine State News: Kevin Doyle, executive director of...

PRO AND CON: Energy independence or slaves to Big Oil?

The following op-ed from David Batt, Executive Director of Consumer Energy Alliance – Florida, appeared in The Destin Log newspaper and may be viewed...
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