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.

The uncertain state of regulation

The uncertain state of regulation Last week, we learned about plans for a new set of regulations covering natural gas production from hydraulic fracturing. And...

The Economic Impact of a Regional Low Carbon Fuel Standard on Northeast/Mid-Atlantic States

The Economic Impact of a Regional Low Carbon Fuel Standard on Northeast Mid-Atlantic States

CEA: PwC Study Confirms Abundance of Shale Gas Resources A “Game Changer” for America’s...

CEA: PwC Study Confirms Abundance of Shale Gas Resources A “Game Changer” for America’s Energy Consumers Significant Benefits Include Addition of Approximately One Million Jobs,...

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...

Thousands in Pennsylvania Call for Approval of Keystone XL

Thousands in Pennsylvania Call for Approval of Keystone XL HARRISBURG – Today the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association, in conjunction with Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), announced that...

One single industry: Many ways to create jobs (a recap)

This past Monday marked yet another downbeat Labor Day, with too many people who ought to have been taking a break from work, lacking...

Impact of Gulf drilling restrictions may be worse – and more widely felt –...

Over the past year, we’ve devoted several blog posts to the state of the Gulf economy and the ways it has been hurt, first...
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