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...

Massachusetts Families Are Paying Too Much for Power!

We Need Your Help! A small group of anti-energy activists are trying to stop the flow of clean, affordable natural gas to meet our...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

CEA Asks Legislators to Support Vital Pipeline Infrastructure & Help Lower Electricity Costs

Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization with more than 20,000 members in New England, delivered more than 4,500 letters from energy...