And speaking of humble beginnings…

Last week when we wrote about the power of innovation to both develop new technologies and transform existing ones, we described a brand-new technology...

From humble beginnings to game changing technology

When considering the nation’s daunting energy challenges, it’s always a good idea to keep in mind the power of innovation. This applies to game-changing...

An inconsistent “buy American” policy

Last week we had the fortunate timing of blogging about the value of good home insulation on the same day that President Obama renewed...

Now We’re Talking, Part 1

By David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance Higher energy costs lead to higher utility and gasoline prices for consumers.  Enacting a national Low-Carbon Fuel...

Distributed Solar: A more efficient way to tap the sun

Traditionally, one the biggest problems with solar power has been rain. Make that rain, clouds and all the other kinds of less-than-sunny weather that...

Surviving a blizzard in (relative) comfort

The series of storms that slammed the east coast in recent weeks were staggering, not just for the volume of snow they dumped, but...

A better way to create jobs

This week as Congress debates a $15 billion jobs bill aimed at getting more than 15 million unemployed Americans back to work, there is...

Not all wind power created equal

The Wall Street Journal this week issued a kind of report card on all the different sources of alternative energy, where they stand and...

Truckers join fight against low carbon fuel standard

In states like California that have adopted low carbon fuel standards, truckers are emerging as one of the biggest opponents – and with good...

More about that letter writing campaign

Last year, CEA launched a successful campaign, which we later reported, sent a bundle of letters supporting responsible drilling to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar....
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