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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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,...
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North Carolina Emissions Fell By as Much as 92 Percent as the State Continues...

Raleigh, NC. – Given that North Carolina remains one of the nation’s largest energy consumers, the fact that statewide emissions have fallen by as...

Every Day Should Be Giving Day in Virginia

Working together to create a healthier environment and encouraging domestic energy production can both be accomplished in Virginia according to CEA Southeast Executive Director...
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It’s Time to Stop Playing Politics With Our Pocketbooks

Tim Page, CEA Southeast's Executive Director recently commented on the recent plan to expand offshore energy exploration in the Atlantic. We need to do find...

Natural Gas Will Bring Affordable Energy

CEA's Tim Page helps to dispel the myth that renewable energy and natural gas cannot work together to help sustain our environment while keeping...

Offshore Oil Will Help Poor

CEA's Kevin Doyle explains how offshore energy production helps make energy costs more affordable for working families and seniors living on fixed incomes while...
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This Governor Pushed Carbon Targets. Now He’s a Trump Target

With many states reviewing energy policies, CEA's Kevin Doyle commented on the need for North Carolina's elected officials to ensure a diverse energy supply...

Gas Prices on the Decline Ahead of Holiday Weekend

Brydon Ross, CEA Southeast Executive Director, discussed the historically low gas prices consumers will see during the Fourth of July holiday. Motorists could expect to...

Consumer Watchdog Calls on Southeast Policymakers to Expand Energy Development and Infrastructure as Bottlenecks...

CONNELLY SPRINGS, N.C. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today called on policymakers and regulators in the U.S. Southeast to better protect working families, seniors...
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Misconceptions Abound on Private Solar Reform Effort in Kentucky

It has been 14 years since Kentucky's legislature has reviewed and updated solar energy policies.  CEA's Brydon Ross looks at how revising these policies will...