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.

Laborers working on pipeline

State Approves Gas Pipeline

CEA's David Holt discusses the importance of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline for North Carolinian's and how it will provide more opportunities for families and...

Balance Key in Addressing Energy Grid, Household Cost Concerns

With an arctic chill gripping a substantial portion of the country, consumers will be facing higher energy bills from New England to the Mid-Atlantic. ...

Offshore Energy a Must for Alabama Manufacturing

With industrial energy consumers accounting for almost half of Alabama's energy usage, CEA's Brent Greenfield discusses how Alabama can increase the supply of energy...

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...
Electric transmission lines

Georgia Needs a 21st Century Electricity Grid

In order to keep Georgia's electricity grid modern and capable for consumers and businesses asking for interconnectivity, more energy management, more electric vehicle charging,...

Offshore Drilling Debate Reaches South Carolina’s Capitol

Tim Page, CEA Southeast Executive Director, testified on the importance of ensuring American energy production to secure our energy independence and provide more jobs...