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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It’s Time to Fight Back Against Anti-Development Threat

CEA's Jack Belcher discusses the savings families have seen as a result of American energy development. We’re well aware of the many successes that America’s...
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Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Interior Department’s Proposal to Expand Access to American Energy

WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 4, 2018 – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national advocate for energy consumers, released the following statement after the Department...

Gulf Needs Offshore Drilling

Kevin Doyle, CEA Florida Executive Director and William Sisson, President & CEO of the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce discuss the importance of offshore...

How to Brighten Florida’s Energy Future

CEA Florida's Kevin Doyle reflects on how Florida's families budget their hard-earned money to pay for energy, and what can be done to help...

Post-Pandemic, a Sustained, Essential Recovery Will Depend on Energy

As states across the country begin to reopen, legislatures are grappling with high unemployment and busted budgets.  CEA's David Holt examines the importance of...
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What They’re Saying About U.S. Offshore Energy

CEA's Kevin Doyle was recently quoted talking about the importance of American offshore energy exploration to the state of Florida. “With innovation, technology and human...

Green New Deal Would Cost American Consumers More Than $258 Billion – in JUST...

The “Green New Deal” is not such a good deal for American energy consumers. Designed to completely replace America’s use of abundant and affordable...

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...

Lowering Energy Costs Must Be Priority for Elected Leaders

CEA Florida's Kevin Doyle discusses the impact of energy policy in the recent Florida elections, and why voters support candidates that offer commonsense policies...