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.

New 2018 Solar Energy Report; Finds Incentives Contributed Significantly to Solar Power Expansion in...

CONCORD, NH – As part of Consumer Energy Alliance's (CEA) Solar Energy Future campaign, the organization today released a 2018 update to its 2016...

Energy Consumer Protection Pledge Reaches Milestone of 250 Signatories

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national advocate for families and businesses who rely on safe and affordable energy, is pleased to...

Good to Hear Real Story on Gas Companies

Last year, Consumer Energy Alliance called into question a New England electricity report commissioned by anti-energy groups which led to regulators reviewing inaccurate allegations. ...

New England Families Have Paid 151% More for Electricity Since April 2015

New England families pay significantly more for their electricity than any other region in the contiguous U.S. In fact, the most recent data available...

Holt: Russia Sows Discord, Discontent in American Society

Sitting down with North American Shale, CEA"s David Holt discusses the recently disclosed campaign against American energy independence and energy security secretly funded by Russia...

Grassroots Petition to Massachusetts Legislature

February 14, 2014 Massachusetts State Legislators State House Beacon and Park Street Boston, MA 01233 Dear Legislators, Last month Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) requested the Massachusetts Legislature to abandon any...

Supreme Court Clears Way for Gas Expansion to East Coast

CEA's David Holt commented on today's U.S. Supreme Court's 7-2 decision throwing out a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling that blocked the...

Rhode Island Energy Costs Among the Worst in Nation

Brydon Ross, CEA Vice-President of State Affairs, discusses why Rhode Islanders face residential electricity rates 69% higher than the national average. These prices are the...
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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...
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Energizing Massachusetts

CEA's Michael Whatley was quoted discussing the need for expanding New England's energy infrastructure. “The simple truth is Massachusetts’ energy consumers – families, small businesses,...