Dominic Pino of National Review writes on how environmentalists often get in the way of clean energy.
- In New York a proposed transmission line that would import hydropower from Quebec has been delayed by 17 years as a result of environmental protest and outdated regulations.
- Climate NIMBYism and faulty regulations pose a significant risk to the further deployment of clean energy.
- To reach climate goals the United States should reduce regulatory barriers to allow for key energy and infrastructure projects to be completed in a timely and affordable manner.
Read the full article here.