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Ideas for the New Administration: Energy

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Ideas for the New Administration: Energy

December 14, 2016
Energy & EnvironmentTechnology / InfrastructureRegulations

Abstract

U.S. energy policy needs a rethink. More specifically, it’s time to emphasize nuclear power and de-emphasize government mandates and high-cost, inefficient subsidies to other energy sources. Here are three steps that Congress and the new Trump administration can take:

Key Findings

  1. Expand and Enhance America’s Nuclear-Energy Sector
  2. Repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard
  3. Repeal the Tax Credit for Electric Vehicles

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Robert Bryce is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Follow him on Twitter here.

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