Client Focus: Even as Energy Demand Increased, Georgia’s Emissions Fell by Roughly 95 Percent

Client Focus: Even as Energy Demand Increased, Georgia’s Emissions Fell by Roughly 95 Percent

November 14, 2019

Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) released a Georgia emissions analysis that looks at key pollutants and the overall environmental improvements seen across the state in recent years. The analysis shows that Georgia’s emissions have fallen by as much as 95 percent since 1990, even as the state’s energy demand has continued to increase, proving we can have energy production, expanded pipeline infrastructure and sound environmental stewardship at the same time.

In October 2019, Consumer Energy Alliance partnered with Total Spectrum’s Georgia State Team to accomplish their government relations goals in Georgia. For more than 14 years, CEA has worked alongside dedicated citizens and community leaders nationwide, advocating for sensible energy policies for all consumers - such as families and small businesses - by providing sound, unbiased information on energy issues.

CEA’s goal is to help advance the needs of individuals, families, and businesses, both large and small, who have been forgotten in the energy debate. Its individual members make up its friends and neighbors who are trying to make a living and contribute to society. Its organizational members also include a collection of companies from across the U.S. that not only employ people, grow and raise the food we eat, but also produce and sell the goods that all Americans use and rely on daily. They are farmers, academia, conservation groups, truck drivers, laborers, trades-people, energy producers, manufacturers, and small business owners.

As an organization advocating for all types of energy consumers across this nation, CEA continues to stand by its commitment to ensuring families, low-income individuals, and businesses are able to access the energy they need.

Business Wire article linked below.