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CEAs Top Five Energy Stories in the News – July 31

In this week's mainstream news, everyone’s been talking about the blank and white #ChallengeAccepted trend on Instagram, the woman killed in Maine’s first great...
supply chain

Energizing the U.S. Supply Chain

There are few things that bring vulnerabilities out into the open like a crisis. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic is no exception. In addition to...

CEAs Top Five Energy Stories in the News – July 24

After a packed week of news, make sure you grab your boxed wine paired with Cheeze-Its (yes, that’s a thing) and jump into the...

It’s Possible to Protect Florida’s Environment While Also Ensuring Energy Security

Lately, it seems that everywhere we go today we are presented with false choices. The classic either-or dilemma. They usually look something like this: "You're...
Top 5

CEAs Top Five Energy Stories – July 17

Happy World Emoji Day! 🤗 🎉 It’s update time across platforms so you can enjoy those new emojis coming out from Google and Apple....

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...
COVID-19

Emerging from COVID-19, Reliable, Reasonable and Resilient Energy Is Essential for New York

What will our future look like post-COVID-19? That question looms as large as the devastation triggered by the virus. Aside from the loss of...

After COVID-19 Lock down, Pennsylvanians Need Affordable Energy

As people are slowly integrating into life after lockdown, some people might be asking, “What will our future look like post-COVID-19?” And while experts...
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CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week – July 3

AAA reported that Americans will take 700 million trips from July to August, down 15 percent from last year. They estimate close to 97%...

As New Jersey Emerges from COVID-19, Reliable, Reasonable Energy Is Essential

What will our future look like post-COVID-19? Especially in the realm of energy, which we had started to write off before the pandemic, but...