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.

emissions

We Need Pipelines

CEA's Tim Page examines how pipelines in North Carolina help attract new employers, bring in new jobs, and help fund critical public services. What’s more,...

Net Metering Bill Gets Go-Ahead by House Panel

Consumer Energy Alliance believes that we can all work together to develop policies that are pro-solar, pro-grid, and pro-consumer. Lawmakers began looking more closely at...
Keystone XL

Most Voters in Three Mid-Atlantic States Back Pipelines, Poll Says

CEA recently conducted a poll on energy and infrastructure development which received wide media coverage. Majorities of voters in Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina...
Pocketbook

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. ...

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...
Cold Winter Weather

Wallets Stretched Thin As Bitter Cold Sends S.C. Electric Bills Soaring

The recent cold snap has sent energy bills soaring, busting family budgets across the country.  CEA's David Holt discussed this recently with The Post and...

Waldeck: Sustainable policy: S.C. player in energy future

As South Carolinians kick off this spring, they will likely start thinking about the summer season, vacation plans, and their potential energy costs. From...