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Taiwan Needs U.S. Help on Energy Security
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Taiwan Needs U.S. Help on Energy Security

"The U.S., preferably working with its close allies in East Asia, can enhance Taiwan’s ability to maintain energy security and independence by blunting the ability of China (or its ally Russia) to pressure the island with blockades or otherwise weaken its access to energy supplies."

The Manchin Permitting Watch
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The Manchin Permitting Watch

"Look around: California is struggling to avoid electricity blackouts, while America’s allies in Europe are contemplating energy rationing this winter. Another answer to Mr. Sanders is that permitting reform could also expedite transit projects or solar farms. There’s a reason the American Wind Energy Association celebrated President Trump’s permitting changes."

The Left’s Power Shortage
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The Left’s Power Shortage

"Forcing citizens to become ever more reliant on electricity that isn’t forthcoming isn’t only poor governance or inept management. These policies are the fruit of a radical progressive ideology that sees human beings as burdens and prosperity as blight."

Sanders blasts permitting reform as Democrats’ divide grows
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Sanders blasts permitting reform as Democrats’ divide grows

"Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) struck a deal with Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chair Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) in July to pass the permitting overhaul in exchange for Manchin’s vote on the Inflation Reduction Act, Democrats’ sprawling climate, health care and tax law. Their plan is to attach it to the continuing resolution, the must-pass stopgap spending measure to keep the government open when the fiscal year ends Sept. 30."

Embattled Maine power line foreshadows U.S. climate obstacles
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Embattled Maine power line foreshadows U.S. climate obstacles

Benjamin Storrow of E&E News reports on a power line in Maine that would deliver clean energy to the state. “Experts say new transmission is needed not only to connect clean energy projects to the grid, but to ship electricity back and forth across regions to accommodate fluctuations in renewable output. When the National Academies...

Eclectic, Not Electric
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Eclectic, Not Electric

"Attempts to lower emissions in the United States shouldn’t overlook this research. Focusing on battery-powered electric vehicles may neglect more fruitful means of emissions reduction. As the researchers write, 'the future is eclectic, not electric.'"

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