Chris Barnard of ACC writes in The Washington Examiner about the Energy Act of 2020, a climate policy that no one is talking about.
- The Energy Act of 2020 provided key funding for several clean energy projects.
- One such clean energy staple of the legislation was authorizing investments in R&D for advanced nuclear reactors and carbon capture technology.
- Instead of looking to partisan spending bills, policymakers should work together to pass bipartisan, sensible legislation such as the Energy Act.
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