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Solar Panels at the White House

Just last month, people were wondering why the Obama White House would not install solar panels, even when asked point blank to do so....

CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week: July 10

It's Friday, July 10, and as Tropical Storm Fay is causing flooding as it hits the mid-Atlantic and New England, satellites are now tracking...

Wealth Inequality and Energy

We constantly hear that the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. So how does wealth inequality make you feel? For one...

Now We’re Talking (Finally) – Part II

By David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance We are pleased to be able to engage in a thoughtful conversation about Low-Carbon Fuel Standards (LCFS),...

1983 all over again

Twenty-six years ago, the video of Michael Jackson’s Thriller was broadcast for the first time. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. And here in the...

Rediscover energy in October

October is a month of learning and discovery here at CEA, as we host our first Energy Day festival in Houston: a fun, educational...
White House with Marine One Parked on Lawn

The President’s Climate Action Plan: Good, Bad, Indifferent?

Earlier this week at Georgetown University, President Obama laid out an aggressive plan to attack climate change, exclusively through executive action. In fact, according...
Small business owners

3 Ways Small Business Owners Can Improve Their Energy Usage

Small Business Saturday is a brilliant initiative that has helped the growth of small businesses all over the country. The idea started out as a...

Do we really need to drill offshore?

Consumer Energy Alliance President, David Holt, sits down and answers consumer questions. Andrew from Colorado asked, "With so much drilling happening onshore, do we...
energy

Top 5 News Stories in Energy This Week

Vogtle Project Takes A Big Step Forward Vogtle, an advanced nuclear energy project, just received good news – the Department of Energy is guaranteeing additional...