CEA Alaska advocates for in-state energy production for the benefit of all fifty states.

CEA-Florida raises awareness about the importance of a diverse energy portfolio for the Sunshine State.

CEA Mid-Atlantic brings together consumers, businesses, unions, and policy makers to improve the dialogue on energy.

CEA Mid-Continent is working to reinvigorate consumer pride in homegrown energy sources from wind to oil.

CEA Midwest works to gives a greater voice to our nation’s manufacturing backbone.

CEA Northeast is dedicated to expanding the diversity of New England’s energy supplies and infrastructure development.

CEA Rockies works to ensure a balanced energy portfolio that benefits consumers across the Rocky Mountain region.

CEA Southeast is working towards ensuring affordability and reliability of electricity due to dramatic changes occurring in generation and transmission.


Latest Regional News

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DENVER, CO — The state with the Mile High City is also experiencing mile high savings - in energy costs - a new report...

Report: Texans Saved Nearly $60 Billion Over 10 Years Thanks to Natural Gas

HOUSTON, TX — Everything is bigger in Texas, even savings from energy costs, according to a new report by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA). Thanks to...

Natural Gas Has Revitalized the Region

Midwest Executive Director, Chris Ventura, sat down with the Intelligencer to discuss CEA's latest report, Powering West Virginia, and how regulatory certainty and sound environmental regulations have...
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All-of-the-Above Energy Policy a Must for Lower-Income Families

With Floridians spending an average of $2,500 annually on energy costs, CEA's Kevin Doyle looks at how anti-development groups come to the table with...
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Minnesota Commerce Dept. Undermines Its Economic Goals

CEA Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura explains why modernizing Minnesota's critical energy infrastructure is necessary to ensure consumers have access to reliable supplies of...