In 2015, Massachusetts received just over nine percent of its power from renewable energy and paid the fourth highest electricity rates in the country. It’s time to start engaging in the conversation about how we develop and diversify our energy resources with both natural gas and renewables. More importantly we need to recognize their impact on New England’s economy and its families. Click...
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Power On New England
CEA supports the Atlantic Coast Pipeline because we believe in American energy powering American families. Our homes, businesses and livelihoods depend on the reliable, affordable energy that this project can provide. Click here to sign a letter urging the government to approve the #ACPipeline: [ Link ]
A new report from the National Council of State Legislators offers a list of policy options state legislators can consider to keep current nuclear reactors running, producing electricity, sustaining jobs, and maintaining clean energy affordability in their communities.

NCSL Offers State Legislators Policy Options for Preserving Nuclear - Nuclear Energy Institute
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy, “At every step in the process the analysis has shown that the greenhouse gas emissions standards for cars and light trucks remain affordable and effective through 2025, and will save American drivers billions of dollars at the pump while protecting our health and the environment.”
Critical infrastructure projects like Keystone XL and Dakota Access will bring much-needed crude oil to markets, which will help create the fuel, power, and products that Americans use every day. Everyone – families, farmers, manufacturers, distributors and small businesses – will benefit from the decision to green light a pair of pipelines that will help cash-strapped families lower costs,...
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Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Trump Administration Pipeline Decisions - Consumer Energy Alliance
Energy costs are “affordable” up until a certain point. That tipping point, experts agree, is when costs exceed 6 percent of a household’s income.

Do you know what percent of your families income is spent on energy?

Without More Pipelines, Scary Economic Scenarios Become Real | RealClearEnergy
It’s not just pipelines, "not-in-my-back-yard" or NIMBY affects all forms of energy - even solar. We can’t keep saying no to families and small businesses who need affordable energy.

Robbins Residents Protest Proposed Solar Farm
Energy security isn't just about producing our own energy to avoid imports from foreign nations. Denying energy infrastructure projects that bring more abundant supplies of low cost energy places additional burdens and difficulties on those with the least amount of resources. There are consequences to everything - no is not the answer. How do we find solutions to benefit all of our...
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Our latest report highlights the consequences of the "keep-it-in-the-ground" movement and shows the U.S. will lose one-third of its electricity generation capacity without more infrastructure, hurting families and households across the country who pay a disproportionate amount of money on energy.

Report: U.S. Will Lose One-Third of its Electricity Generation Capacity Without More Infrastructure - Consumer Energy Alliance
Like cooking at home and enjoying meals with friends and family? Energy plays a big role not just in ensuring our meals are hot, but that we have the leftovers to enjoy tomorrow!

A Pipeline to Your Kitchen
Like cooking at home and enjoying meals with friends and family? Energy plays a big role not just ensuring our meals are hot, but that we have the leftovers to enjoy tomorrow!

A Pipeline to Your Kitchen - Consumer Energy Alliance
American families and small business need American-made energy to meet our most basic needs and keep our economy growing and moving. Show your support today. Send your support to state and federal officials today by clicking below!!!

Voice Your Support for Louisiana Infrastructure Development - Consumer Energy Alliance
Here's an interesting look from the U.S. Energy Information Administration showing the percentage of energy type used, versus where Americans believe they receive their energy.
"Gasoline costs are expected to surge nearly 20 percent this year – they’re already up by 20 cents a gallon in the past month..."

U.S. gasoline spending could spike by $50 billion in 2017
"Here’s how the technology works: As the chemical plant’s coal-fired boiler releases flue gas, a spritz of a patented new chemical strips out the molecules of CO2. The captured CO2 is then mixed with rock salt and ammonia to make baking soda." #innovation

This plant in India transforms CO2 into baking soda.
Obama's latest executive order. Consequential or contentious?

With new monuments in Nevada, Utah, Obama adds to his environmental legacy
The impossible complexity of our daily lives and the direct link to the environment means that there is no single answer to address unique energy issues across the United States. [ Link ]

Why We Still Need to Embrace an All of the Above Energy Strategy - Consumer Energy Alliance
With some of the highest #electricity prices in the nation, what is New England's plan this winter? [ Link ]

Winter in New England without Enough Electricity - Consumer Energy Alliance
CEA President David Holt: This is a ridiculous decision and only serves to hurt working Americans and undermine our national security. Everything is on the table to quickly rescind this strange and ill conceived executive order.

CEA Issues Statement on Obama's Offshore Energy Announcement - Consumer Energy Alliance
Pipelines bring more than just fuel and electricity - find out how energy from pipelines protect life's most precious cargo - our kiddos!

Bringing Safety to Life's Precious Cargo