CEA Northeast

In 2015, limited natural gas supplies pushed the region’s prices 50% higher than the national average, while electricity rates were two-thirds higher across New England. CEA Northeast is dedicated to expanding infrastructure and diversifying the region’s energy supplies to decrease costs for families, small businesses, and manufacturers who depend on reliable, affordable energy.

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Biden’s Latest Energy Move Means Higher Prices for New England, Experts Say

With persistent, historically high energy prices continuing to be a drag on family budgets and the economy, CEA's David Holt discusses how sensible energy...
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Bad Energy Policies Could Bring New Winter Price Shocks to Families Already Reeling from...

CEA Analysis Finds Misguided Energy Policies Would Have Cost Consumers $137.4 Billion More for Winter Heating, Energy Use Families with Access to Natural...
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Consumer Energy Alliance Raises Concerns About Delaware’s Proposal to Ban Gas-Powered Cars

CEA’s 2023 EV Report outlines how hasty policy considerations in other states would harm EV market New targeted billboard, digital ad effort urges...
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Trouble With EV Mandates

CEA's Chris Ventura joined Martin Romjue of Charged Fleet to talk about the impact electric vehicle mandates might have on fleet owners and operators. Listen...
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The Cavernous Hole in American Energy Policy

As consumers continue to be slammed with higher energy bills, CEA's David Holt looks at the negative implications of ideology-driven energy policies. When gasoline prices...
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Electric Grid in Massachusetts Is Not Ready for the Future

CEA Northeast Executive Director Marc Brown discusses the importance of siting reforms to ensure Massachusetts remains economically competitive and the lights stay on for...
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Reliability Must Take Top Priority in Energy Policies

As Massachusetts's policymakers continue to neglect the warnings of stakeholders on the cost and reliability of New England’s electricity, CEA's Marc Brown examines the...
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EV Adoption Could Cause Energy Grid Blackouts

CEA President, David Holt, joined the TD Ameritrade Network to discuss CEA's latest report, Freedom to Fuel: Consumer Choice in the Automotive Marketplace, and the...

Electric Vehicle Mandates Carry Major Price, Electricity Supply Risks That Must Be Addressed to...

Government EV Directives Ignore – Sometimes Intentionally – Serious Issues That Will Hurt EV Acceptance WASHINGTON, D.C.  - Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and...
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Discussion of Reverting Long Island Power Authority to Government Management Pushed to Fall

CEA's Marc Brown spoke with Daily Energy Insider to address some of the challenges of municipalizing electric generation and transmission, and how that may negatively...