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.

Report: Pennsylvania Consumers Saved More Than $30 Billion Over 10 Years from Lower Natural...

PITTSBURGH, P.A.  — Thanks to increased production and new technologies, which have decreased the price of natural gas, Pennsylvanians saved more than $30.5 billion...

Time for Congress to Reform the Renewable Fuel Standard

With renewed debate on the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), CEA's David Holt discusses how Congress's failure to review the standard has negatively affected America's...

Consumer Group Expresses Concern for Bad Policies that Harm Families, Businesses

Trenton, NJ – Today, on the steps of the statehouse, elected officials joined activist groups for a rally that called for halting the use...
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Louisiana Energy Industry Drives Other State Sectors, Too

Kaitlin Schmidtke, CEA's Louisiana State Director, explores how oil and natural gas and their delivery are vital to other state sectors like agriculture, manufacturing...

Mariner East Project Coming at Good Time

CEA's Mike Butler discussed the consumer impact of the Mariner East pipeline. It’s fair to say that in today’s intense political climate, taking a stand...

Michael Krancer, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, to Speak at TOMORROW’s...

Consumer Group Adds Pennsylvania’s DEP Secretary and Mayor of Pittsburgh to Impressive Bipartisan Speaker Lineup of Key Political, Business and Labor Leaders Pittsburgh, PA —Today,...

CEA Mid-Atlantic Applauds Senate Approval of Energy Storage Resolution

PITTSBURGH, PA — Following the Pennsylvania Senate’s approval of a bipartisan resolution, S.R. 375, which calls on the U.S. Congress to support the development...

December 2011 Newsletter

December 2011 CEA Newsletter Issue 57 Forty-Five Cents a Gallon. We kick off this month with a provocative headline, which relates clearly to our core mission here...

Toomey Vs. McGinty Is, in Part, an Election About Crony Capitalism

CEA recently hosted the Pennsylvania Energy and Manufacturing Forum to provide a unique opportunity for federal, state and local officials to discuss current energy issues...
Western New York

Consumer Group Statement on Rejection of Key Pipeline Project

"New Yorker’s are tired of politicians playing politics with their pocketbooks." “We are extremely disappointed that Governor Cuomo has decided to reject the Constitution Pipeline...
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