Drew Bond and James Carafano outline an action plan for American energy security inThe Washington Times.
- 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.
Read the full article here.