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!

Florida Lawmaker Fending Off Calls for Oil and Gas Drilling

CEA's Kevin Doyle discusses the importance of offshore energy exploration to Florida's continued economic growth. "A strong and growing constituency in Florida supports understanding how...

Energy Affordability Must Be a Top Concern for Newly Elected

CEA President David Holt discusses the importance of affordable energy to those living below the poverty line and on fixed incomes and why it...

Agriculture & Energy in Florida

CEA-Florida's Kevin Doyle writes in the Tallahassee Democrat: Agriculture and energy share a strong connection: When we look at the modern skyline and suburban development...
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Florida, Keep the Pedal Down on Energy Production

CEA Florida's Kevin Doyle talks about the negative impact high energy costs have historically had on families and businesses and what can be done...
Hurricane Aftermath

Kevin Doyle on Energy Infrastructure and Hurricane Irma Recovery

This Week in Jacksonville with Kent Justice on Channel 4 WJXT, Hurricane Irma recovery with U.S. Rep. Al Lawson; Allen Ginder, on Gov. Scott’s...
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Will America Reverse an Offshore Oil and Gas Agenda Gone Adrift?

CEA's Jack Belcher discusses the importance of taking at thoughtful, deliberative approach to implement successful policies for offshore energy exploration. In what promises to be one of...

Jacksonville Can Benefit from Natural Gas Renaissance

CEA President David Holt discussed the future of natural gas development in Florida with the Jacksonville Florida Chamber of Commerce. Florida Times Union:  “I think Jacksonville...
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All-of-the-Above Energy Policy a Must for Lower-Income Families

With Floridians spending an average of $2,500 annually on energy costs, CEA's Kevin Doyle looks at how anti-development groups come to the table with...
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Offshore Drilling Ban Bad Idea

CEA Florida's Executive Director, Kevin Doyle, discusses how Floridians are negatively impacted by proposals that will unnecessarily cause energy prices to increase. Advocating for an...
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Additional Pipelines Needed in Near Future to Meet Energy Needs

CEA Florida's Executive Director Kevin Doyle recently discussed the necessity of pipelines to meet our energy needs. It was reported, back in 2008, that Florida was...
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