CEA Rockies

The Rocky Mountain Region boasts not only majestic views, but a vast landscape for energy development across a diverse set of states. This region is home to a plethora of natural coal and mineral seams, sandstone, shale, and tight rock along with enough sun and wind to supply families and businesses with an ample amount of affordable energy now and in the future.

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Tradeswork: The Rocky Mountain MCA Podcast

CEA's Emily Haggstrom had the opportunity to sit down with Tradeswork: The Rocky Mountain Mechanical Contractors Association Podcast to talk about training the next generation...
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Bad Energy Policies Could Bring New Winter Price Shocks to Families Already Reeling from...

CEA Analysis Finds Misguided Energy Policies Would Have Cost Consumers $137.4 Billion More for Winter Heating, Energy Use Families with Access to Natural...
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Help Wanted (and Fast): The Alarming Talent shortage in Colorado’s Energy Sector

CEA's Andrew Browning examines the need for a skilled workforce to tackle Colorado's energy transition. The next major pipeline the energy industry in Colorado (and...
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Trouble With EV Mandates

CEA's Chris Ventura joined Martin Romjue of Charged Fleet to talk about the impact electric vehicle mandates might have on fleet owners and operators. Listen...
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The Cavernous Hole in American Energy Policy

As consumers continue to be slammed with higher energy bills, CEA's David Holt looks at the negative implications of ideology-driven energy policies. When gasoline prices...
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Are the Timelines Regarding the EV Mandates Truly Realistic?

CEA's Chris Ventura sat down with Jayson Luber to discuss EV mandates and Consumer Energy Alliance's latest report, Freedom to Fuel: Consumer Choice in...
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EV Adoption Could Cause Energy Grid Blackouts

CEA President, David Holt, joined the TD Ameritrade Network to discuss CEA's latest report, Freedom to Fuel: Consumer Choice in the Automotive Marketplace, and the...

Electric Vehicle Mandates Carry Major Price, Electricity Supply Risks That Must Be Addressed to...

Government EV Directives Ignore – Sometimes Intentionally – Serious Issues That Will Hurt EV Acceptance WASHINGTON, D.C.  - Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and...
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The Lack of Critical Thinking on Critical Minerals Mining Threatens Our Future

As elected officials and policymakers continue to push for an energy transition, many neglect to ensure that the materials necessary - from cobalt and...
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EV Options are Good for Consumers, EPA’s Proposal to Force Unrealistic EV Sales Mandates...

Lack of U.S. critical minerals development means almost total reliance on China for EV parts, creating national security & environmental risks while hurting consumers WASHINGTON...