Rich Powell of ClearPath writes in Scientific American on different ways to build energy projects faster and cleaner.
- Inefficient permitting is one of the biggest obstacles to the buildout of clean energy in the United States.
- To reach the laudable goal of net-zero by 2050, the United States will need to reform its permitting process to allow projects to be completed in a timely and cost-effective manner.
- Powell offers up three ways the the U.S. can do this including fast tracking projects with minimal impact, speeding up reviews of essential protections, and limiting legal actions.
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