Pieter Cleppe and Rod Richardson write in The European Conservative about ways to clean up European energy.
- Europe’s energy crunch was created by excessive regulations and government-led phaseouts of fossil fuels and nuclear power.
- Governments are beginning to realize the importance of allowing markets to lead the way and organizations like the Climate & Freedom International Coalition are offering pro-growth solutions to increase investment in the clean energy space.
- Free markets and technology-neutral energy policies will allow Europe to increase supplies, lower costs for consumers, and reduce emissions.
“The key is to remove all the market, cost, and fiscal barriers in the way of beneficial innovators. When streamlined policy makes new investments cheap and easy, newer, cleaner technologies replace older, dirtier technologies at an ever faster pace, accelerating innovation and the energy transition.”
Read the full article here.