CEA Newsletter June 2010

As workers continue to battle the aftermath of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and real questions are being asked about the...

Energy hogs & cow power on the server farm

Remember this post about generating power from cow manure? It’s catching on. Computer and software giant Hewlett-Packard has produced a paper outlining how dairy farmers could...

Solar power for those who need it most

While it would be nice to declare that solar power was available to all American households, that remains a formidable challenge that could be...

David Holt: How to move forward after Gulf spill

The following op-ed from David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance, appeared on The Daily Caller website here. May 17, 2010   As we are still...

The cost of energy: Reason prevails

Last week, CEA President David Holt weighed in on an online debate about the way the country and the energy industry should respond to...

CEA President David Holt Featured on EnergyTomorrow.org Podcast

David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance, discussed his perspective on the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill with Jane Van Ryan of Energy Tomorrow...

Consumer Energy Alliance and The Hispanic Institute Unite for Common Goals

CEA President: Balanced Energy Policy Good for All Consumers and Economic Sectors HOUSTON — May 13, 2010   Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) continues to...

California wind power: Past and future

Most residents of northern California are familiar with the Altamont Pass Wind Farm, a collection of almost 500 wind turbines that cover the hills about...

Cape Wind: Community Power

There is much to celebrate about the recent approval late last month of the Cape Wind project off the coast of Massachusetts. And while much...

David Holt: Let’s Start with a Realistic Discussion

The following op-ed from David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance, appeared on the National Journal website here, in response to the discussion question...
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