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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Natural Gas Service Ban Could Cost New Yorkers Over $25,600 Per Household

New York, NY – Following New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposed action to ban natural gas hookups in new buildings in the city...
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Leading Consumer Energy and Environmental Advocate Applauds South Jersey Industries’ New Clean Energy and...

Consumer Energy Alliance Praises SJI for Joining Utilities Nationwide to Implement Energy Efficiency Programs and New Investments in Clean Energy Technologies Trenton, NJ –...

U.S. Climate Summit Provides Opportunity to Highlight American Leadership in Reducing Emissions, Leading Consumer...

Washington DC – Following the Biden Administration’s release of new national commitments to emissions reductions as part of the U.S.-hosted international Climate Summit, Consumer...
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Line 5 Shutdown Would Cause at Least $20.8B in Losses to Michigan, Ohio, Indiana...

Consumer Energy Alliance Releases Report Highlighting Economic Impacts to Midwest and Great Lakes Consumers from Reckless Line 5 Closure LANSING, MI – An unnecessary and...
New York

Natural Gas Ban Could Cost NY Consumers More Than $35,000 per Household, New CEA...

Albany, NY – Banning natural gas service could cost New York households more than $35,000 each, a Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) analysis released today found....
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Enbridge Line 5 Shutdown May Hit PA With $2.1B in Lost Economic Activity

Consumer Energy Alliance requested an independent analysis on the impact a shutdown of the Line 5 pipeline would have in states across the Midwest...
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PA Bill Seeks to Block Towns From Banning Natural Gas Connections

CEA Mid-Atlantic's Mike Butler testified in support of legislation protecting consumer choice in Pennsylvania, ensuring that families and businesses have access to affordable and...

Gas and Solar Together Benefit Pittsburgh Airport

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto recently trashed investments in shale as putting money into “a 19th-century industry that costs us the opportunity to bring 21st-century industry...

Pittsburgh International Airport’s Solar and Natural Gas Microgrid is the First of its Kind

Today, Pittsburgh International Airport becomes the first airport in the world to be completely powered by a solar energy & natural gas microgrid, further...
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World’s Dirtiest Cities List Raises Issue: Why Don’t Politicians Call Out China?

A new tally of global cities’ emissions finds that the top 25 are responsible for 52% of the planet’s urban greenhouse gas emissions. Twenty-three of...