Chris Barnard writes in RealClearEnergy about America’s permitting challenges.
- While many are touting the Inflation Reduction Act as a climate victory, the bill fails to address one of the most serious roadblocks to clean energy buildouts: regulations.
- Regulations, like the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), delay energy projects by an average of 4.5 years, costing companies millions of dollars.
- To make meaningful climate progress Congress should modernize NEPA and other regulations like it.
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