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.

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...
emissions

Pennsylvania’s Emissions Fell 92% as Energy Production Soared by Almost 3000%

Pittsburgh, PA – Emissions in Pennsylvania have fallen by as much as 92 percent since 1990, even as the Commonwealth’s energy demand and production...
Government

Environmental Groups Err On Legal Actions, Hurts Community

CEA's Mid-Atlantic Director talks detrimental impact of extremist anti-energy group activities on communities with proposed and much-needed energy projects. A recent story about extremists who...
farm

Strong Agriculture, Natural Gas Industries Benefit All Pennsylvanians

Harrisburg, PA – As thousands flock to the 103rd Annual PA Farm Show to learn and experience more about the Commonwealth’s agriculture community, the...

Act 13 and Pennsylvania’s Economic Future

The Keystone State made headlines a week before the Christmas holiday when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down several key provisions of the State’s...
Family Grocery Shopping

Adelphia Pipeline Key to Reducing Energy Costs in Eastern Pa.

With demand for natural gas continuing to increase in eastern Pennsylvania, CEA's Mike Butler expresses why it is vital lawmakers continue pipeline projects like...
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New Yorkers Pay 44% More for Electric than Neighboring States

CEA's latest report, “Pipelines and their Benefits to New York,” which looked at how families across New York were impacted by infrastructure constraints was recently covered...
Western New York

Rational, Balanced Energy Policy Needed in Upstate New York to Protect Families and Small...

A new study issued by the Brattle Group sheds some light on the New York Public Service Commission’s (PSC) Clean Energy Standard and suggests...
New York Skyline

NY Governor Cuomo’s War Against Natural Gas Is Hurting The Poor The Most

CEA's research on the high cost denying new and modernized energy infrastructure has had on families across New York was recently cited as a...
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...
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