The U.S. needs realism, not wishful thinking, in its energy policy. To help right the ship, Congress should reassert its role in setting policy. Recommendations for more congressional oversight of the IEA and EIA and the establishment of a National Commission on Energy Transition Realism.
Published September 28, 2022
The United States and rest of the world need a new and improved blueprint for a sound and serious climate policy. We need to depoliticize the scientific certainties and uncertainties, apply sound economic principles, and then legislate at home and lead abroad.
Published April 18, 2022
Moscow’s war of choice may instigate the most severe energy crisis since the 1970s. If crises have silver linings, they force a hard re-examination of core national security and energy policies. Read FAL's plan to bolster U.S. energy security and leverage our vast energy resources.
Published April 1, 2022
Congress must work with the Executive Branch to take robust steps to deter and punish cyberattacks on critical energy infrastructure while preparing the country to manage future attacks better than it did in May. Actions to date have fallen far short. Read FAL's report with 8 specific recommendations for Congress.
Published October 4, 2021