Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

The prevailing view among many U.S.-based advocates of a national Low-Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) is that the exportation of Canadian oil sands is a one-buyer market; that the “one-buyer” is the United States; and that if Congress were able to deny American consumers access to those Canadian resources, the market would fall down, shrivel up, and cease to exist within …

Hittin’ the Ground Running…

Just a couple hours into CEA’s Secure Our Fuels engagement and education campaign, and major news outlets are already starting to take notice. It started earlier this morning with Keith Johnson of the Wall Street Journal, who, having written on this issue in the past and done his due diligence on the potential policy implications of an LCFS, hits the …

New Campaign Seeks to Educate Public on Negative Impacts of a Nationwide Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS)

Multi-State Effort Includes Major TV/Radio Ad Buy, Warns of Increased Energy Costs and Expanded Reliance on Energy from Unstable Regions WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a nonprofit, nonpartisan coalition comprised of 120 affiliates and more than 180,000 grassroots supporters, today launched a multi-state campaign to educate American consumers on economic and national security impacts associated with a national …

Welcome to Secure Our Fuels

Today marks the launch of Consumer Energy Alliance’s Secure Our Fuels campaign – a national effort to educate the American people on what a Low-Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) is, what it’s not, and how efforts to advance such a plan on Capitol Hill may impact the availability of secure, affordable supplies of essential energy. Unlike the complicated mechanics of implementing …

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