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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Court Reverses Order to Shut Down Dakota Access Pipeline

The Dakota Access pipeline can continue operating pending a full environmental review after a federal appeals court reversed a judge's order for its shut...

CEA Testifies in Support of Marcellus Shale Production on Airport Land at Allegheny County...

Highlights New Opportunities for Economic Development, Investment and Job Growth for Region  Pittsburgh, PA: Today, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Mid-Atlantic Director Mike Mikus will testify...

DEP Permits Will Keep Marcus Hook As an Economic Engine in Southeast PA

Consumer Energy Alliance's report - Everyday Energy for Pennsylvania - was recently cited, demonstrating how Pennsylvanians have experienced significant savings on their utility bills as a...
Keystone XL

Why It’s Essential That PA Build Mariner East 2

Mike Butler, Executive Director of CEA-MidAtlantic recently penned an op-ed on the importance of Mariner East 2 for energy consumers. Investing in our energy infrastructure,...

Shale Energy Benefits Too Great to Sacrifice

Writing in the Allentown Morning Call, Consumer Energy Alliance Mid-Atlantic Director Mike Butler discusses the benefits Pennsylvania consumers have seen from the state's shale...
Pocketbook

People Are Paying a Big Price for Governor Cuomo’s Political Assault on Energy

Coverage of CEA's latest report,  “Pipelines and their Benefits to New York”, detailing how families have suffered from higher energy costs and lost economic opportunities...
electronics

Philadelphia: A future ‘Silicon Valley of energy research’?

Michael Krancer, former Department of Environmental Protection in Pennsylvania, recently wrote about how he was often asked by his fellow Philadelphians, “What’s in it...
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New Jersey Energy Master Plan – How Much Will it Cost Consumers?

The 108-page New Jersey Energy Master Plan has questions being raised from multiple sources on how much it will cost consumers. “What’s even riskier is...

Eight Lessons From the 2016 Election

CEA's Mike Butler was interviewed by Politics PA on the role of energy in the recent election. “The biggest economic driver here is energy development,”...

Ripple Effects of Targeting a Single Industry Hit the Entire Economy

With the stroke of a pen, thousands of union construction jobs modernizing our nation's energy transmission system were eliminated.  CEA's David Holt looks at...