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.

Help Lower Connecticut’s Electricity Prices

Help lower Connecticut’s electricity prices. Contact your legislator today! You can help by urging your legislator to support SB 106! This bill would open up...
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When Conversations Turn Violent

CEA President David Holt was featured in the Washington Examiner after anti-energy extremists deliberately attempted to shut down critical energy infrastructure, endangering not only first responders,...
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New York Needs Infrastructure For Natural Gas

Mike Butler of CEA advocates for building necessary infrastructure in New York for natural gas. The biggest reason is prices for consumers. New Yorkers spend...

Time for Congress to Reform the Renewable Fuel Standard

With renewed debate on the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), CEA's David Holt discusses how Congress's failure to review the standard has negatively affected America's...

Is Spectra Energy New England’s Last Chance for Lower Energy Prices?

CEA's Brydon Ross was interviewed by the Yankee Institute for Public Policy about opportunities to lower energy costs for New England families and small...
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Texas Energy Crisis a Wake-Up Call for Policymakers

As Texas begins to recover from mass power outages, CEA's David Holt looks at the necessity of designing a robust energy system that delivers...

Some in Congress Want New Hampshire to Pay More For Heat

Rising inflation and higher gas prices are upon us, and now some in Congress want to slip an inequitable, punitive tax into the pending...

New England Could Take Brunt of Connecticut Electricity Tax

Electricity customers in New England could see rates jump if Connecticut successfully extends a $76 million a year tax on electricity generation. The Connecticut State...
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Natural Gas: Why U.S. Leads World in Cutting Emissions

Anti-energy activists have created more chaos, only hurting families and small businesses on a budget, by wrongfully villainizing natural gas without fact-checking first. Most...
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CEA Report: States Are Seeking More Economically Efficient Solar Incentives

Energy Manager Today took a look at CEA's solar incentive analysis. As part of Consumer Energy Alliance’s (CEA’s) Solar Energy Future campaign, the 400,000-member nationwide advocacy group...