Immediate, far-reaching fiscal policy changes may be America’s only hope of escaping a grim economic future, Professor Michael Granof argues.
As energy-efficient products become more cost effective, more Americans are making an effort to use less energy at home. Has conservation gone mainstream?
Fracking policy could be more balanced if local governments had both the authority to regulate the practice and a larger share of its economic benefits.
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The EPA and other agencies are better suited than Congress or courts to modernize outdated energy regulations, Professor David Spence argues.
Despite widespread disagreement on many energy issues, Republicans and Democrats are expressing a shared interest in promoting renewable energy.