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.

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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...

New York’s Natural Gas Bottlenecks Drive up Heating Bills

Consumer Energy Alliance's report, “Pipelines and their Benefits to New York,” about the importance of pipelines to ensuring affordable, reliable energy supplies to New Yorkers was...

NY, PA Offer Vastly Different Approaches to Natural Gas

As Pennsylvanians of all political parties have embraced the sustainable development of natural gas, economic opportunities for families across the state have increased as...

Nation’s Leading Consumer Energy Advocate Applauds Solicitor General’s Recommendation to Overturn PennEast Decision

Washington, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading voice for responsible energy and environmental policies for families and businesses, today applauded U.S. Solicitor General...

Shale Boom, Pipelines a One-Two Punch in Knocking Out Air Pollution

David Holt reviews CEA's recent report, Increased Environmental Benefits from Pipelines & Energy Development for Nation and New York, which looks at how America has...

Getting Approval for Pipelines Can Be Taxing

Mike Butler, CEA's Mid-Atlantic Executive Director talks about the importance of sound permitting policies, based on science and not political hyperbole, when reviewing critical...

Abandoning Shale Resource Boom Would Hurt Pennsylvania

Writing in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Consumer Energy Alliance's Mid-Atlantic Director Mike Butler discusses a recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision to strike down provisions of...

Rule of Law

CEA's David Holt recently discussed how the regulatory process for infrastructure construction, when used to achieve political ends, harms families and energy consumers across...
Western Maryland

Western Maryland Needs Fracking

CEA's Mike Butler recently penned an op-ed for the Baltimore Sun discussing the consumer benefits of fracking in Western Maryland. Garrett and Allegany counties in...

Pipeline to Prosperity

CEA's Mike Butler wrote about the importance of pipelines, such as Mariner East 2, in the context of economic development and conservation. With more than...