Green Energy, Red States
Billions of dollars from the Inflation Reduction Act have started flowing into renewable energy projects and manufacturing. That’s bringing jobs and revenue back to the country and to some areas abandoned by the oil, coal and gas industries.
Despite the massive investments in their districts, some Republican politicians aren’t fans of the green energy companies moving into their backyards and are doing everything they can to repeal the Inflation Reduction Act—putting them at odds with their constituents.
How does the clean energy transition advance when it’s seen as a partisan issue?
Reporter, E&E News
President, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions
Mayor, Rawlins, WY
Founder and Host, Climate One