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.

energy

Solar Incentives Support US Energy Goals

Brydon Ross, Vice President of State Affairs, was featured in Real Clear Energy discussing CEA's most recent solar energy report. Many state lawmakers and utility commissions nationwide...
Boston Massachusetts Skyline

Energy Costs and Infrastructure Important for Bay Staters

A poll conducted for Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) this week shows that Massachusetts voters believe that energy issues are important and that they strongly...

Boston Businesses React, Respond to Season’s First Nor’easter

With winter in full swing, CEA's David Holt discussed how policies enacted by state leaders have caused surging natural gas prices which harm working...
kentucky

Turning Appalachian Trail Into a Green Wall

Consumer Energy Alliance's Brydon Ross takes a stand on red tape created by anti-energy activists in the Appalachian Trail area. "The idea that the 2,200-mile...
Families, Communities and Finances: The Consequences of Denying Critical Pipeline Infrastructure

Report: U.S. Will Lose One-Third of its Electricity Generation Capacity Without More Infrastructure

A new report released today by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) found that rejecting pipeline infrastructure would remove almost one-third of U.S. electricity generation capacity...
With some of the highest electricity prices in the nation, what is New England's plan this winter?

Winter in New England without Enough Electricity

New England electricity prices are among the highest in the nation, second only to the non-contiguous Pacific states. Part of the reason is infrastructure...
renewable

Can New Tariff Models Help Massachusetts Solve the Rooftop Solar Compensation Puzzle?

CEA's James Voyles discusses solar incentives in New England with Utility Dive. The current Massachusetts policy returns 185% of the installed cost of a 3.9...
Energy Innovation

2018 Promises to Be a Year of Innovation in the Energy Sector

HOUSTON, TX – December 19, 2017 -- Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) announced today that advancements in new technology and innovation through techniques and materials...
energy

Poll Shows Mainer’s Favor Increased Solar Power

CEA's recent poll on renewable energy in Maine was covered by WVII. A recent poll shows that Mainer's support expanding solar power to cut energy...
protesters

Lack of Civility Not New to Energy

CEA President David Holt recently opined on the lack of civility and increasing lawlessness of anti-energy protesters (as we've documented multiple times - see...