Center for Energy and Economic Development

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The Center for Energy and Economic Development was merged with Americans for Balanced Energy Choices (ABEC) to form a new coal industry front group, American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, on April 17, 2008. [1]


History of CEED

The Center for Energy and Economic Development (CEED) represents the interests of the coal industry. According to CEED's website, "Eight Fortune 200 companies are among CEED's nearly 200 member companies and organizations. Over 70 of those companies participate in CEED at the Board Member level. In addition to coal producers, utilities, and railroads, CEED's members also include barge shippers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, labor unions, and others who know first-hand the economic and social benefits derived from coal-based electricity generation."

Personnel

[1]

Contact details

CEED's national office is located in Alexandria, Virginia
Phone: 703-302-1200
Email: info AT ceednet.org
Web: http://www.ceednet.org/ceednet

Resources

References

  1. Leadership, Center for Energy and Economic Development, accessed October 2007.

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