CEA Midwest

With growing domestic energy production, the American Midwest is experiencing a resurgence in economic growth. CEA Midwest gives a voice to Midwest manufacturers and other job creators benefitting from new opportunities afforded by energy production.

Americans Suffering Needlessly From Self-Inflicted Energy, Inflation Crisis

David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance, recently discussed how bad energy policies are causing rampant inflation and historically high energy prices and what...
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Line 5 Essential to Energy Security and Affordability

CEA's latest report on the importance of Line 5 was discussed by the Toronto Sun editorial board.  Without Line 5, families and businesses across the...

Is Natural Gas a Clean Energy Source? This Ohio Congressman Thinks So

Consumer Energy Alliance was pleased to join Congressman Troy Balderson for the announcement of House Resolution 1148 recognizing the benefits of natural gas to...
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Ohio Congressman Calls Natural Gas a Solution to Energy Crisis

CEA Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura joined Congressman Troy Balderson in the announcement of House Resolution 1148, recognizing the benefits of natural gas and...

Ohio’s Emissions Plunged as Statewide Natural Gas Production Increased Nearly 3,000%, Consumer Energy Alliance...

Columbus, OH — Ohio’s carbon dioxide emissions fell by 20% even as natural gas production surged almost 3,000% over two decades, according to a...
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The Biden Administration’s Aimless Energy Policy Is Gambling With America’s Economy

With energy prices rising to unsustainable levels, CEA President David Holt looks at the ineffective political policies that are continuing to drive prices higher...

Ohio Moves a Step Closer to Meeting Community and Business Needs Around Climate Change,...

Buckeye State Poised to be a Leader in Carbon Mitigation COLUMBUS, OH — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and environmental advocate for families...
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Michigan’s Curious Kick-me Strategy: Closing Line 5 Pipeline Would Brutally Hurt Ontario and Michigan

With energy prices soaring, Consumer Energy Alliance examined the impact shutting down critical energy infrastructure, like Line 5, would have on transportation fuels in...

Line 5 Shutdown Not An Option For Small Businesses

CEA's third-party analysis, Line 5 Shutdown Impacts on Transportation Fuel, found that small businesses and families across Michigan would pay 11 percent more at...
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Fate of Line 5 Tunnel Project Awaits Decision by Key Michigan Panel

Families and businesses across the Midwest will spend at least $29.2 billion more for gasoline and diesel over the following five years, with Michigan...