Tennessee

As the latest energy and climate debates continue, Consumer Energy Alliance remains an advocate for distilling the challenges ahead to implement all of the various state and federal renewable energy policy proposals and carbon reduction requirements. We hope communities and policymakers not only work to ensure reliability and economic efficiency, but a cleaner, more diverse energy mix that is able to access large amounts of energy, such as hydropower, without putting downward pressure on the budgets of families and small businesses.

Hydropower Energy News

Approval of the Champlain Hudson Power Express Project Serves as Major Shot in the...

Albany, NY – Today, Consumer Energy Alliance, the leading energy and environmental advocate for families and businesses, applauded the decision made by the New...
health

Clean Energy Projects to Help Bring Reliable Energy into New York, Help Meet Renewable...

Albany, NY - Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading consumer energy advocate, issued the following statement following New York Governor Kathy Hochul’s announcement to...

New York’s Future Energy Solutions: FAQs

Why does New York need more clean energy infrastructure? By 2030, the state law known as the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act or CLCPA...
hydropower

The Might and Majesty of Hydropower

If you've been to the Cascades, Rocky Mountains, or Adirondacks, you've likely passed a hydropower dam or driven over one. Some are majestic, even...

State of Play in New York

Since its foundation, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) has advocated for a balanced and thoughtful “all-of-the-above” energy and environmental policy that ensures price stability and...