Need for Serious Energy and Environmental Policies Reflected in CEA’s Recent Growth

With so much focus on energy and environmental policy, Consumer Energy Alliance and our message is attracting more new members than at any time...

CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week – September 9

This week, the Biden administration released an ambitious blueprint for nearly half of the U.S. electric grid to be powered by solar energy by...
Carbon capture utilization and storage

Is Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Technology Too Expensive?

As communities, businesses, and local, state, and national governments define their goals to meet an evolving energy mix, a contentious debate continues around various...

Why You Should Care About the 45Q Carbon Capture Tax Credit

Policy. It is something our elected officials work on in Washington D.C. When the policies are meaningful enough or they affect people in ways...

CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week – September 3

Hurricane Ida made headlines all throughout this week for the devastation she left behind in Louisiana, Mississippi and even through the Northeast. Millions of...

CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week – August 27

On Tuesday, the Biden Administration announced the resumption of onshore and offshore lease sales on federal lands and waters. While many are pleased with...
compost

How to Compost at Home: Don’t Let Your Food Spoil, Turn it into Soil

Household waste has always been an ongoing issue. While there are all kinds of waste at home from packaging to old clothes, have you...
living roof

Living Roofs are Gaining Ground – From the Top Floor

One summer, while staying with a friend in San Francisco, we visited the California Academy of Sciences in the city’s Golden Gate Park. With...

CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week – August 13

Earlier this week, the Biden's administration urged the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, known as OPEC+, to increase output to...

How to Prepare You and Your Family for a Blackout

It’s no secret that the U.S. has a serious grid issue. From New York City sending emergency texts to its 8.4 million residents to...