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CEN CRES Fly-In

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This week, CEN and CRES are teaming up for the 4th annual fly-in sessions happening across the nation. Congressional leaders and staffers will be meeting with our CEN teams to discuss important energy issues including energy security, innovation and the benefits of free-market tactics. Director of External Affairs, Tyler Duvelius had this to say about […]


CEN Applauds Governor DeSantis’ Veto of Florida House Bill 741    

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April 27, 2022 – LANSING, Mich. – Today the Conservative Energy Network (CEN) applauds Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for vetoing House Bill 741, which would have gutted rooftop solar net metering and raised power bills for Florida families and businesses. The following statement can be attributed to Tyler Duvelius, director of external affairs, Conservative Energy Network: “By […]


Join CEN at Earthx2022

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The CEN team is thrilled to be bringing representatives from national, state and local staff to #Earthx2022. Earthx2022, hosted by EarthX, is an annual gathering of speakers, interactive presentations, music, food and entertainment – with a mission to provide achievable solutions towards a more sustainable future. “From former Texas Governors George W. Bush and Rick […]


New Study Calls for Unleashing Market Forces with Reimagined Renewable Energy Credits

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April 13, 2022 – LANSING, Mich. – A new paper released by Dr. Michael Giberson, a retired professor of economics at Texas Tech University, in partnership with the Conservative Energy Network (CEN), investigates Clean Energy Standards (CES) to identify the impact of these regulations on electric cost and reliability. The study, titled “Renewable Energy Standards Need Reform […]


American Energy Independence is Putin’s Nightmare

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By: Tyler M. Duvelius, Director of External Affairs In March of 2018, the news media was consumed by the idea that Russia had interfered in the 2016 presidential election. Amid the media frenzy, many Americans were learning for the first time about the capabilities of foreign adversaries to influence political discourse in our country through nefarious cyber […]


Women in Energy

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Celebrating the accomplishments of the hardworking women in energy  Women are innovators, creators, do-ers and dreamers, making invaluable contributions to our energy history and future. The women in our Network are doing incredible work to advance smart, market-led, clean energy policies and we are proud to celebrate them. In recognition of Women’s History Month, we […]


Hitting Back at Russia – An Energy Perspective

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Energy and foreign policy are inextricably linked. As Russian tanks cross borders in Eastern Europe it’s worth examining how energy is influencing events and considering the opportunities we have as Americans to strengthen our global position. First, it’s important to remember that energy requires infrastructure, and infrastructure is notoriously slow to build. Fast changes in […]


CEN Statement on United States Ban of Russian Oil

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CEN CONTACT: Tyler Duvelius – tduvelius@conservativeenergynetwork.org   The following statement can be attributed to Tyler Duvelius, director of external affairs, Conservative Energy Network: “CEN believes energy security is national security. That is why, in response to Russian aggression, we support President Biden’s decision to ban Russian oil and gas imports—following nearly a week […]


CEN to Fox Business: US Energy Dependence Threatens National Security

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Read the full article here. A Deeper Dive: The world is seeing the geopolitical importance of energy policy play out in real time and, unfortunately, with devastating consequences. The exportation of Russian oil and natural gas is funding Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. The U.S. must edge Russia out of the global energy market by taking […]


As Russia Attacks Ukraine, U.S. Energy Policy Takes Center Stage

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Last week, Russia invaded Ukraine, triggering a war that is destined to have a widespread effect on the whole world. While pundits in the media focus primarily on the impacts to the stock market, supply chains, and inflation, there should also be real concern about what this means for energy policy in the U.S. In […]


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