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The United States has enjoyed a relatively stable supply of energy over the last half-century. But the world is changing. Global demand for energy is booming, in large part because of economic growth in India and China. Meanwhile concerns about climate change are influencing how lawmakers shape public policy.

Legitimate questions are being raised about how to satisfy growing U.S. energy demand. The Center for Energy Policy and the Environment (CEPE) at the Manhattan Institute seeks to influence today’s energy policy debate by developing and advancing ideas rooted in free-market economic principles. Manhattan Institute senior fellows Robert Bryce, Peter Huber, and James Manzi lead our efforts to demonstrate that pro-growth, supply-side energy policies can be harmonized with environmental concerns. Read more...

 
RECENT COMMENTARY   LATEST CEPE REPORTS   MORE FROM CEPE
Carbon Taxes In Revenue Fantasyland Oren Cass, Wall Street Journal, 05-01-15

The Clean Power Plan Is No Climate Fix Robert Bryce, National Review Online, 04-29-15

Celebrate Cheap Abundant Oil Unleashed From The Earth By American Innovators Mark P. Mills, Forbes.com, 04-22-15

Earth Day: Environmental Protection Shouldn't Hurt Economy Oren Cass, Investor's Business Daily, 04-21-15

Hillary's Big Iowa Flip-Flop Robert Bryce, The Daily Beast, 04-15-15

America's Shale Fields Offer A Chance For A New Oil Doctrine To "Reset" Geopolitics Mark P. Mills, Forbes.com, 03-30-15

A Private Solution To Energy Efficiency Jared Meyer, RealClearEnergy, 03-26-15

Peak Oil Price? Winners And Losers At The End Of The Era Of The $100 Barrel Mark P. Mills, Forbes.com, 03-17-15

 

Shale 2.0 - Technology and the Coming Big-Data Revolution in America’s Shale Oil Fields
by Mark P. Mills
May 2015

Mend It, Don't End It - NYC's 421-a Affordable Housing Tax Exemption
by Howard Husock and Alex Armlovich
May 2015

The Hidden Corn Ethanol Tax - How Much Does the Renewable Fuel Standard Cost Motorists?
by Robert Bryce
March 2015

Basic Research And The Innovation Frontier Decentralizing Federal Support and Stimulating Market Solutions
by Mark Mills
February 2015

Not Beyond Coal: How the Global Thirst for Low-Cost Electricity Continues Driving Coal Demand
by Robert Bryce
October 2014

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Matthew Hennessey and Mark Mills discuss Mills's new report, "The Case for Exports: America's Hydrocarbon Industry Can revive the Economy and Eliminate the Trade Deficit".

Mark Mills discusses his new report for The Center for Energy Policy and the Environment, "Unleashing the North American Energy Colossus: Hydrocarbons Can Fuel Growth and Prosperity".

 

POWER AND GROWTH INITIATIVE

The Power and Growth Initiative at the Manhattan Institute is focused on increasing public understanding of North America's abundant energy resources and encouraging public policies that will allow the United States to harness the benefits—for our economy and for our influence in the world—of that abundance. This effort springs from a new energy reality: technology has unlocked our vast resources of natural gas, oil, and coal for both domestic use as well as export, and can create millions of new jobs while providing affordable energy to the world. MORE...

 

 

 
 
 

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