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.

Almost $14 Billion in Ready Investment to Fuel Post-COVID Economic Recovery at Risk, Report...

WASHINGTON, D.C.  – Delays, obstruction or cancellation of pipeline infrastructure projects are threatening at least $13.6 billion in economic activity, over 66,000 jobs and...

Traditional Fuels and Renewables: ‘Better Together’

CEA's Matt Gonzales looks at how New Mexico's traditional energy resources are able to complement the proposed construction of new wind energy resources across...

Post-Pandemic, a Sustained, Essential Recovery Will Depend on Energy

As states across the country begin to reopen, legislatures are grappling with high unemployment and busted budgets.  CEA's David Holt examines the importance of...

New Mexico Ag Relies on Renewable and Traditional Fuels

CEA's Victoria Gonzales looks at how New Mexico's farmers and agriculture supply chain are reliant on energy to plant, harvest, and prepare crops for...

Tipping Point New Mexico With David Holt

CEA President David Holt recently sat down with Tipping Point New Mexico to discuss the big-picture energy situation, but also comment on the drastic...
wyoming

Hidden Regulation Costing Wyoming and America’s Consumers Billions

David Holt, Consumer Energy Alliance President explains how the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) is costing consumers billions of dollars. "These outdated requirements are...
germany

Colorado Must Avoid Germany’s Disastrous Energy Mistakes

The Wall Street Journal dubbed Germany's “energywiende” energy transition from traditional to renewable energy sources “the world’s dumbest energy policy.” CEA's Emily Haggstrom underlines...

Hidden Regulation Costs Arizona, American Consumers Billions

In September, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) proposed reforms to the outdated Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA). With the process slowly moving,...
new mexico

New Mexico: A “One-Size-Fits-All” Renewable Plan Is Unsustainable

New Mexico legislators signed the Energy Transition Act last year, an energy policy that imitates Germany's energy policy, "energywiende." Victoria Gonzales, CEA-New Mexico Director...
pueblo

Municipalization Isn’t a Bet Worth Making

Emily Haggstrom, Consumer Energy Alliance Vice President of Communications & Content shares her concerns for increased electricity costs for Pueblo, Colorado residents. "It likely will...