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H1 Header About the AEA

Founded in May, 2008, The American Energy Alliance (“AEA”) is a not-for-profit organization that engages in grassroots public policy advocacy and debate concerning energy and environmental policies.

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AEA believes that freely-functioning energy markets provide the most efficient and effective solutions to today’s global energy and environmental challenges and, as such, are critical to the well-being of individuals and society. This is a link. AEA believes that government policies should be predictable, simple and technology neutral.

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AEA’s legislative and public policy advocacy will take place at both the state and national level.  It is the aim of AEA to educate and mobilize citizens in understanding, promoting and helping to solve America’s most pressing energy and environmental policy problems. Through a deeper understanding of these issues, our nation’s citizens will be able to better participate in the policy-making process at the state and national level.
AEA is the advocacy arm of the Institute for Energy Research (IER), a not-for-profit organization – founded in 1989 – that conducts intensive research and analysis on the functions, operations, and government regulation of global energy markets.

 

 

 

AEA has no ties to any political party, and it has no interest in supporting the agenda of any particular political party.  AEA is an issue organization that supports affordable, abundant and reliable energy for America’s consumers and businesses.

 

AEA’s legislative and public policy advocacy will take place at both the state and national level.  It is the aim of AEA to educate and mobilize citizens in understanding, promoting and helping to solve America’s most pressing energy and environmental policy problems. Through a deeper understanding of these issues, our nation’s citizens will be able to better participate in the policy-making process at the state and national level