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America’s Energy Policy Should be “All of the Above” Not “Everything But”

Congressmen Ron Estes and Tracey Mann write on RealClearEnergy that America’s energy policy should be “all of the above” not “everything but.”

The C3 Take
  • The Democratic “everything but” approach to energy is not only unscientific, but it is also bad for our economy and planet.
  • An “all of the above” energy portfolio, that includes nuclear energy and fossil fuels, reduces emissions and creates affordable and reliable energy.
  • As Congress adopts energy policies, it must be mindful to continue America’s “all of the above” approach.

“Republicans have an ‘all of the above’ energy strategy that prioritizes American energy independence, embraces fossil fuels and renewable energy, and doesn’t allow Washington to pick winners and losers through massive subsidies. The Biden administration and congressional Democrats, on the other hand, have an ‘everything but strategy that demonizes fossil fuels and other clean energy sources like nuclear their radical base doesn’t like.”

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The views and opinions expressed are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of C3.

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