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 York City

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...
Winter Driving

WFEA’s Morning Update

CEA's Chris Ventura joined Drew to talk about rising New England energy costs for home heating and gas prices as families prepare for the...

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...
Solar Panel Installation

NH Legislature Considers Two Bills That Would Affect Electric Utilities, Consumers

CEA Northeast's Marc Brown discusses New Hampshire's House Bill 106 and the importance of ensuring access to affordable solar energy without placing additional burdens...
A couple paying their utility bills

Consumer Watchdog Calls on New England Policymakers to Take Responsibility for Region’s Price Spikes

Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today called on New England policymakers who have been opposed to new energy infrastructure projects to publicly take responsibility for...
Senior citizen keeping warm by the fire

Big Change in Buying Power Contracts Being Advanced in NH Legislature

With New Englanders continuing to struggle with high electricity bills, CEA's Marc Brown testified in support of legislation that would help reduce energy costs...

Consumer Energy Alliance Issued Support for Final Decision Regarding Cape Wind Offshore Energy Project

HOUSTON – January 6, 2010   Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) announced its support for the development of the Cape Wind project...

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...

Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds DOI Approval of Cape Wind Project

CEA President: Offshore Alternative Energy Projects Contribute to Balanced Energy Policy for America HOUSTON — April 28, 2010   Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David...
Lower Manhattan New York

New Yorkers Saved Nearly $30.9 Billion over past 10 Years Thanks to Lower-Priced Natural...

ALBANY, N.Y. — Thanks to increased production of cleaner-burning natural gas and safer, state-of-the-art technologies and techniques, families, businesses and farmers throughout New York...