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!

CEA and FL Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Host Energy Affordability Event for Families and...

Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the nation’s leading energy advocate for families and small businesses, the Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic Policy...
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Lower Gas Prices Move Florida Tourism Numbers Higher

More than 16.5 million visitors visited South Florida last year, a 3.5 increase in tourism from the year before – courtesy of expansions in...

Lower Gas Prices are Driving Historic Surge in Tourism

A record-setting 35.7 million visitors came to Florida between January and March this year.  At the heart of this increase in tourism is lower...
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Tourism a Hot Ticket in Southwest Florida this Memorial Day Weekend

CEA's Florida Director discusses current gas prices impact on Memorial Day travel plans. When energy costs are lower across the board it helps everyoneAt the airport...
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Pipeline, FERC Protesters Forget About Protecting Environment

CEA President, David Holt, discusses why pipeline and FERC protestors undermine the very environmental goals that they set out to advocate for – as...

Offshore Exploration Promises Jobs, Affordable Energy

Reaching America's Derrick Hollie notes why it's not just energy producing states that should be interested in the upcoming five-year energy leasing plan. Increased...
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Green New Deal: A Proposal Floridians Cannot Afford

CEA's Kevin Doyle discusses how the Green New Deal would negatively impact Floridians from travel plans and tourism, to replacing current household appliances, which...

Banning Offshore Drilling May Hurt Florida’s Economy

CEA's Kevin Doyle outlines how calls to ban offshore drilling may hurt Florida's economy and households, already struggling to afford $2500 in energy bills...

Western Caucus Addresses Green New Deal

CEA's Michael Zehr discussed the consumer impact of the Green New Deal with households across the country requiring over $244 billion just to replace...

Stop Hurting Environment American Energy Protecting

David Holt, CEA's President, addresses the recent increase in extremists attempting to sabotage or tamper with America's energy infrastructure - and the real, deadly...