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.

kentucky

Turning Appalachian Trail Into a Green Wall

Consumer Energy Alliance's Brydon Ross takes a stand on red tape created by anti-energy activists in the Appalachian Trail area. "The idea that the 2,200-mile...
natural gas

Natural Gas: Why U.S. Leads World in Cutting Emissions

Anti-energy activists have created more chaos, only hurting families and small businesses on a budget, by wrongfully villainizing natural gas without fact-checking first. Most...
fracking

Virginia Senate Reviews Fracking Ban Bill

Virginia - Fracking has gotten a bad reputation, despite many studies over several years proving that it is a safe and healthy process for...
oil

This Holiday Season, Don’t Take Your Energy for Granted

During this time of year of reflection and cold winter weather knocking at our doors, there’s something families and households across the country can...
south carolina

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...
North Carolina

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...

Even as Energy Demand Increased, Georgia’s Emissions Fell by Roughly 95 Percent

Atlanta, Ga. — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today released a Georgia emissions analysis that looks at key pollutants and the overall environmental improvements seen across the state in recent years....
emissions

Consumer Group Finds Virginia’s Emissions Have Fallen by 89% Amid Increasing Energy Demand

Richmond, VA - Emissions in Virginia have fallen by as much as 89 percent since 1990, even as the Commonwealth’s increasing energy needs have...
delay

Pipeline delay tactics only hurting North Carolinians’ wallets

The delay on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project is impacting consumers across the coast. North Carolinians should prepare their wallets. These infrastructure delays can...
Vogtle nuclear

South Carolinians Saved More Than $6.4 Billion Thanks to Low-Priced Fuel

Consumer Energy Alliance Examines Energy Production’s Benefits to South Carolina’s Families, Small Businesses and Industries in New Report Columbia, SC. — South Carolina families and...