Jakob Puckett writes in RealClearEnergy on the lessons from America’s energy crisis.
- Our energy crisis, caused by global supply shortages and restrictive policies, has led a quarter of Americans struggling to pay their power bills.
- Instead of easing restrictions on production, the federal government is looking to impose stringent air pollution regulations that would hamstring energy production on private lands.
- Rather than increasing regulatory bureaucracy, policymakers must reduce barriers to allow the private sector to provide energy relief to consumers.
Read the full article here.