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.

A Campaign Worthy of a Toast

CEA Board Member Jennifer Diggins discussed the Know the Value campaign. Want to know a secret ingredient to making amazing craft beer? Colorado energy production. Read...

Make Policy Pro-solar, Pro-grid and Pro-consumer

CEA's Michael Whatley discussed how we can implement pro-solar energy policies that benefit consumers and safeguard our electricity grid. The U.S. energy markets, including those...
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It’s Time to Fight Back Against Anti-Development Threat

CEA's Jack Belcher discusses the savings families have seen as a result of American energy development. We’re well aware of the many successes that America’s...
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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...

Colorado Frack Ban Axed

CEA's Shawn Martini was interviewed by The Progressive Farmer about the Colorado Supreme Court's ruling that local bans on hydraulic fracturing are unconstitutional. “This is...

In the News: Colorado Energy Forum

Review press coverage of the Colorado Energy Forum, held on October 14, 2014 in Westminster, C.O. featuring remarks from U.S. Senator Mark Udall, Governor John...

Poll Finds Little Appetite in Colorado to Ban Hydraulic Fracturing

Despite five Colorado communities restricting hydraulic fracturing since 2012, a statewide poll conducted in mid-February for Consumer Energy Alliance found 60% of likely voters...
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