CEA Mid-Atlantic

As a resurgent manufacturing hub and new energy producing region, the Mid-Atlantic is a key chapter for CEA. We work to get consumers, manufacturing interests, labor, and small businesses engaged in the ever-growing discussion on energy in states like Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia.

A Pathway to Environmental and Economic Wins

The positive economic and environmental impacts of Royal Dutch Shell’s petrochemical complex in Potter Township, Beaver County are clear: ...Many of the materials we use...

New Jersey’s Energy Safety Net for Low-Income Families is Troubling Trend, Consumer Group Says

Trenton, NJ – The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ (NJBPU) announcement today that it is increasing the number of people eligible for help...

Take it from FERC, We Need PennEast Pipeline and Natural Gas

Those bringing up old and baseless arguments against the PennEast Pipeline ignore the conclusion found by everyone, including the federal government. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued...
Pipeline connection to oil refinery

Gov. Cuomo, Approve This Pipeline

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his administration's decision to block the Williams pipeline is resulting in adverse impacts on New York families, businesses,...
Natural gas used for cooking

Natural Gas Cutoffs Stifle Business Upstarts and New Housing in New York

New York state's denial of the Williams Cos. pipeline permit is already hurting families, small businesses and stifling development throughout the state, as many...

The Lights Are Going Out in New York City

Last week, entire sections of New York City were plagued by a black-out. Broadway musicals held shows in the street, restaurant go-ers ate by...
Summer

CEA Pennsylvania on It’s Your Turn

Mike Butler, State Director for Consumer Energy Alliance Pennsylvania, shares some tips on staying cool and keeping your electric bill down during the current...

Gov. Murphy’s Energy Master Plan’s Impact on County

CEA Mid-Atlantic Director, Mike Butler, discusses why Governor Murphy's Energy Master Plan will have a dramatic and negative impact on New Jersey residents. Over half...
Family Grocery Shopping

Adelphia Pipeline Key to Reducing Energy Costs in Eastern Pa.

With demand for natural gas continuing to increase in eastern Pennsylvania, CEA's Mike Butler expresses why it is vital lawmakers continue pipeline projects like...

Support Efforts to Strengthen Local Energy Production

CEA's Mike Butler explains why plans from Mayor Bill Peduto's call to divest from fossil fuels actually means disinvestment in our workers, communities, and...
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