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One thing that deployment of new clean energy technologies, lower energy costs, and reduced global emissions have in common is American leadership.
President Biden and Democrats are promoting policies that will lead to higher energy prices, while conservatives understand that by unleashing American resources and accelerating permitting for energy infrastructure and innovative clean technologies, we can provide affordable, reliable energy for American families.
it is more important than ever for the Obama administration to find ways to reach across the aisle and work together.It is more important than ever for the Obama administration to find ways to reach across the aisle and work together with the new Republican majority in the House and strong Republican leaders in the Senate.
I am hopeful that we will find solutions that will help us all achieve these goals.
We should recognize the excellent progress already being made in states led by Republicans across the country.
Despite Washington rhetoric and in the face of federal permitting challenges, Republican governors are leading with a unifying, all-of-the-above energy platform based on free-market principles proving that strong, state-led clean energy initiatives that lower energy costs, enhance American manufacturing, and reduce emissions are now the key to maintaining the United States' role as a global leader in carbon emissions reduction and providing the global market the world's cleanest produced goods and resources.
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"Achieving carbon neutrality is an ambitious but achievable goal that will position our state as a national and global leader in clean energy."
Under Governor Doug Burgum's leadership, North Dakota has become the second largest per-capita energy-producing state in the nation and is on track to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. In his State of the State address, Burgum said, "Achieving carbon neutrality is an ambitious but achievable goal that will position our state as a national and global leader in clean energy."
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Governor Burgum specifically pointed to carbon capture, utilization, and storage as tools to reshape energy policy in his state and across the country, and he highlighted U.S. industry's role in reducing global emissions.
announced his proposal to close the state’s $1.6 billion budget deficit
Governor Mike Dunleavy announced his proposal to close the state’s $1.6 billion budget deficit in an address to Alaskans.
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He referred to Alaska as a 'resource powerhouse' and pledged to unlock the Last Frontier's potential to develop carbon-free, renewable sources.
The United States should adopt an all-of-the-above attitude as we continue to lead the world in clean energy innovation.
"U.S. clean energy development is beneficial to our environment and global emissions reduction," said Brian Kemp, Governor of Georgia. "It is also good for our economy."
speech, President Biden committed to leading the world in the fight against climate change and to building a clean energy future for all of us
He has embraced the idea of a clean energy economy, fostering a business environment that invites and encourages investments in clean energy manufacturing, from electric vehicle charging to battery recycling. In his inaugural speech, President Biden committed to leading the world in the fight against climate change and to building a clean energy future for all of us.
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He vowed that, by the end of his term, Georgia would be 'the electric mobility capital of America.'
acknowledged what the data has shown for years: that "coal doesn't make that much sense anymore."
"As a leader in one of our nation's most coal-dependent states, it's time to acknowledge that coal doesn't make that much sense anymore," said West Virginia Governor Jim Justice.
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about his interest in pursuing renewable energy sources while embracing emerging technologies that lower emissions from coal, natural gas, and oilproduction, maintaining and creating good-paying jobs for West Virginians.
There is a reason businesses and manufacturing are moving to Republican-led states. They know that in order to have advanced manufacturing and clean energy technologies, you must be able to build it. But the truth is, even the most targeted smart investment is meaningless without addressing the current regulatory and bureaucratic hurdles hampering production and slowing innovative technologies. Congress must enact permitting and licensing reforms to accelerate technology deployment and allow the United States to truly unleash American energy.
Republican governors are working to deploy U.S.-made clean energy technologies in Mexico.
Speaker McCarthy and House Republicans have developed an effective agenda to responsibly develop American energy and secure domestic supply chains. Now it is up to all of Congress to take a page from these governors' books.