Drilling in the Arctic: We need an honest debate

by Guest Blogger: Jessica Shadian Earlier this month, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar traveled to Alaska’s North Slope and said that drilling new exploratory wells in...

Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member Chamber of Shipping of America

HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome new affiliate member the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA), a leading American...

The power of small steps

Butte Community College in northern California is hardly the biggest, or the best endowed college in the country, but it is on track to...

Take This Bill and… Measure it!

Finding a starting point from which to measure is often the hardest first step to evaluating the efficiency of your home’s energy usage....

A not-so-happy Labor Day

This past Monday marked another Labor Day that the country is struggling with high unemployment: The U.S. Labor Department kicked off the holiday weekend...

CEA Newsletter September 2010

September 2010 CEA Newsletter Issue 42 The past month has proved to be one for both optimism and great concern. While the Deepwater Horizon spill has...

Here Comes the Hybrid School Bus

It’s back to school season, but how will all those kids actually get back to school? Public education budgets around the country are tight...

Summer Wrap-Up: Good News and Bad News

One of our core missions here at CEA is to promote policies that will make energy available and affordable for all Americans. Summertime, when...

Clean and renewable: Hydro power here and around the world

Which countries do you think about when you think about leadership in renewable energy? China may likely come to mind for its massive manufacturing...

An alternative power source that lends itself to bathroom humor

There is a new prototype of the classic Volkswagen Beetle in the U.K. that gets its fuel from a nearby sewage plant. That’s right:...
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