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An action plan for America’s energy security

Drew Bond and James Carafano outline an action plan for American energy security inThe Washington Times.

The C3 Take
  • The United States is heavily reliant on foreign adversaries like China for the rare earth minerals that are needed to power clean technologies like wind turbines and solar panels.
  • To lessen this dependence, policymakers must reduce regulations for domestic mining and energy production.
  • Regulations such as the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), while well-intentioned, balloon project costs and delay completion times by years.
  • To create a cleaner, more secure energy future, the United States must reduce harmful regulations that hamstring American energy production.

“If public policy leaders will once and for all come together around this issue and slash red tape, they will deliver a better present and a more prosperous — and secure — future for the American people.”

Read the full article here.

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