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.

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...
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‘Keep it in the Ground’: Not the Energy Plan We Need

CEA President David Holt was featured in RealClear Energy discussing how consumers have benefited from American energy production. America’s energy revolution has resulted in record-low...

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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New England Infrastructure Needs an Update

There’s no easy way to say this: New England’s energy future is dim. Limited pipeline capacity, federal and state regulations, and a change in the...

New England relying more on natural gas along with hydroelectric imports from Canada

Electric operators in New England have been both generating more electricity from natural gas and importing more hydroelectric generation from Quebec over the past...

New England’s Cold Weather is Costing Consumers

MassLIVE.com features a guest viewpoint from Consumer Energy Alliance on the future costs of energy in New England. Guest viewpoint: Dramatic change needed for energy...

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...

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...

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

Bay State LCFS Could Prevent Secure, Canadian Energy from Getting to Mass.

The following op-ed from Michael Whatley, Executive Director of Southeast Energy Alliance, appeared on the Secure Our Fuels website here on June 14, 2010. More...