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.

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Southeast Braces for Wild Ride as Energy Priorities Take Shape

CEA Vice President Michael Whatley was recently featured in E&E following his presentation at the Southern States Energy Board. The greater Southeast has transitioned to...

Loss of Drilling, Titan Leaves Cape Fear’s Industrial Future Open-ended

CEA Executive Vice President Michael Whatley discusses the loss of jobs and income that results from banning offshore energy exploration. Pro-drilling groups have lambasted the...
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Consumer Group Applauds North Carolina Approval of Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Connelly Springs, NC — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt issued the following statement today after the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality...

Stance Against Seismic Testing Shortsighted

CEA's Makayla Buchanan discusses how some lawmakers stance against seismic testing is shortsighted, harming families and businesses across Georgia. Tax revenue generated by offshore production...
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South Carolina Emissions Fell 89 Percent as States across the Nation Prove They Don’t...

Columbia, SC. – Given that South Carolina remains one of the nation’s largest energy consumers, the fact that statewide emissions fell by 89 percent since...
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Atlantic Offshore Energy: What’s at Stake for South Carolina?

The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) is currently considering the inclusion of the Atlantic in the 2019-2024 offshore energy leasing program. Offshore Atlantic...
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Kentucky Lawmakers Consider Bill That Would Scale Back Solar Incentives

CEA's Brydon Ross recently testified in support of legislation which ensures the sustainable growth of solar energy in Kentucky. Over time, the structure used to...

Pipeline Foes Missing Point

CEA's Tim Page examines the real-world impact shutting down critical energy infrastructure projects in the name of politics has on families across the state. It’s...

Pipelines for America Campaign Launches to Educate Consumers About Energy Infrastructure

The Bristol Herald Courier covered the launch of the Pipelines for America campaign.  The Courier quoted both Brydon Ross and CEA Board Chairman Brett Vassey. "America's...

Local Solar Industry Leaders Worried About Proposed KY Bill

With the Kentucky legislature considering updates to decades-old energy policy, CEA's Brydon Ross discussed the importance of competitive, fair rates to encourage solar energy...