Missouri Family

Cost of Natural Gas Soaring, Leading to Sticker Shock for Customers

CEA Mid-Atlantic's Mike Butler was recently interviewed by CBS 21 about the rising cost of natural gas that Pennsylvanians will see on their utility...
Education

More Compromise Needed in Energy Policy

CEA's Tim Page talks about how energy availability and affordability effect all energy consumers - from families to small businesses - and what we...
car

Cracker Not a ‘Con’

With increasing support for an Appalachian Basin Storage Hub taking root, extreme activists are working to discredit the need for plastics, choosing to ignore...

Jobs Piped in From Canada

Writing at RedState.com, blogger Brad Jackson points to CEA's Michael Whatley discussing the job impact of the Keystone XL pipeline. In a letter to President...

An Ice-Cold Regulatory Climate

Bogged down by red tape, delays, legal snafus, and the administration’s ill-advised, one-size-fits-all regulatory approach, Alaska is seeing its economic future darken in a...

Nessel’s Approach to Higher Energy Costs

As consumers are paying more for life's necessities, Consumer Energy Alliance commissioned an independent study examining the impact shutting down Line 5 would have...
Connect & Collaborate COBRT

Energy Week: Colorado Policy Issues with API and CEA’s Brydon Ross

This week on Connect & Collaborate we focus on one of Colorado’s most important industries, energy. We’ll talk with experts from various areas of...

WHATLEY: Nuclear a key player in clean energy mix

Writing in New Jersey’s Asbury Park Press, Consumer Energy Alliance Executive Vice President Michael Whatley argues that nuclear energy is critical to a diverse electricity...
Solar

Gooch Bill Making Rooftop Solar More Costly Defended as a Boon to Low-income Consumers

With new legislation proposed to reform Kentucky's 14 year-old energy policies, CEA's Brydon Ross looks at the impact the legislation will have on solar...