R Street’s Josiah Neeley writes in The Hill that in order to make energy green, Congress must first remove red tape.
- The newly released bipartisan infrastructure plan allocates significant funding to clean energy projects.
- While financial investments are important to advancing clean energy, Congress should look first to reduce unnecessary regulations that impede progress.
- In its current form, the infrastructure deal begins to address regulatory inefficiencies by streamlining the approval process for clean energy projects.
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