CEA Southeast

The southeast is faced with new changes to the regions electricity generation portfolio mandated by federal rules and regulations, roadblocks to increased electricity generation from clean sources of power like nuclear, and opportunities in offshore wind and oil and natural gas exploration.  CEA Southeast wants to ensure the affordability and reliability of electricity and transportation fuels for all energy consumers.

Consumers to EPA: Be Cautious

Consumer groups caution EPA to not move too fast or risk price spikes. Elected leaders, key consumer groups, businesses, and representatives from organized labor joined with Consumer...

Whatley: North Carolina is Proposing ‘A Sensible Regulatory Regime’

In remarks to the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission, CEA Vice President Michael Whatley commended state officials and regulators on developing proposed oil and gas regulations that will provide "a sensible regulatory regime to oversee production of its energy resources."
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Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt South Carolina Small Businesses and Families!

Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that will negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in...

Cotton, Pryor push for Keystone XL approval

The Pine Bluff Commercial reports how U.S. Senator Mark Pryor and U.S. Representative Tom Cotton appeared together at event organized by Consumer Energy Alliance to protest...

Report: Virginia Offshore Energy Development Could Creat 1,900 Jobs, Add $365 Million Annually to...

FREDERICKSBURG – Virginia could receive up to $250 million dollars annually in revenue sharing payments from offshore energy development, according to a report released...
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Tell Your Senator You Want Fair Electricity Pricing and Solar Options in Kentucky

Your legislature is working on a law (SB 214) to keep you electric bills stable and give new options for solar power, all without...

CEA Poll Shows South Carolina Voters Support Arctic Energy Development

85 Percent Say Energy Policy Will Play a Key Role in 2016 Election Key Takeaways: Voters in South Carolina favor Arctic energy production by 38 points. Energy...

Poll: Energy and Infrastructure Will Play a Key Role in 2016 Election

Recent polling conducted for Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) continues to examine what role the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Keystone XL Pipeline, offshore production and other energy...
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Poll: Key Primary Voters Support Arctic Drilling, Say Energy is Important Issue in 2016...

Continuing the trend of energy policy as a key issue in nationwide elections, voters in Iowa and New Hampshire showed overwhelming support for U.S....

Path to the White House Goes Through the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Poll Says

A majority of voters in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina, all states where the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would run through, not only...