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.

Court Rejects NYSDEC’s Appeal of FERC’s Valley Lateral Ruling

David Holt, President of CEA recently discussed how arbitrary, political tactics are being used to delay critical energy infrastructure and the detrimental effect this...
energy

How to Prevent the Next Oil Crisis

CEA's latest report “Fueling America’s Energy Consumers” highlights the often-overlooked fact that oil and natural gas provide the majority of energy used in the transportation sector,...

NH Policy Must Be Pro-solar, Pro-grid, Pro-consumer

CEA's Michael Whatley discusses how New Hampshire can best implement policies that can promote the growth of solar energy while being cost-effective for consumers...

The Economic Impact of a Regional Low Carbon Fuel Standard on Northeast/Mid-Atlantic States

The Economic Impact of a Regional Low Carbon Fuel Standard on Northeast Mid-Atlantic States

Americans Need a Balance: Cleaner Environment, Affordable Energy

CEA's David Holt discusses the importance of American energy development in creating a sustainable environment and affordable energy for families across the country. Yet too...

U.S. Climate Summit Provides Opportunity to Highlight American Leadership in Reducing Emissions, Leading Consumer...

Washington DC – Following the Biden Administration’s release of new national commitments to emissions reductions as part of the U.S.-hosted international Climate Summit, Consumer...
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...
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...
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Consumer Group Calls Out Inaccurate Electricity Study

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement in response to a recent report released in New England...

CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill...