CEA Media Coverage from Energy Day 2010

The following are links to media coverage of Energy Day 2010. We appreciated all who both supported and participated in our event, and we...

Lifting the Drilling Moratorium; A Thanks and a Plea

The Obama Administration has announced it will lift the moratorium on deep water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico – about six weeks before...

CEA’s Energy Day in the Houston Chronicle

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CEA’s Energy Day in 10/13/10 ClimateWire

BUSINESS: U.S. export giants press for one global carbon accounting standard (10/13/2010) Joel Kirkland, E&E reporter The U.S. manufacturing sector can thrive under a global climate change...

Energy Day 2010: Our Energy is Our Power

This week, CEA takes a step back from the various issues that concern us each day, to celebrate energy – in all its forms...

Solar Panels at the White House

Just last month, people were wondering why the Obama White House would not install solar panels, even when asked point blank to do so....

Footprints and Toeprints: Share Your Airport Experiences

If you’re like most people, when you think about travel-related energy consumption, you think about the big things: The size of the car, the...

David Holt: “A Long Way Off” in Response to National Journal Expert Blog

The following was submitted by David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance, in response to the National Journal's Expert Blog on Monday, October 4th entitled,...

CEA Newsletter October 2010

October 2010 CEA Newsletter Issue 42    As CEA prepares for our annual Energy Day event, we are continuing to focus on the energy issues that face...

Clean Energy’s Killer App?

We’ve talked a lot in this blog about renewable energy sources like solar and wind, as these two seem to be garnering the bulk...