Since the early 1970s, Democratic and Republican presidential administrations and other policymakers have made energy security a priority. Yet, we have lacked a tool to regularly measure our nation's progress and thus assess the impact of policy decisions on America's energy security. Indeed, energy is still recognized today as among the top challenges to our Nation's future prosperity, national security, and way of life.
2011 ﬁnds the country facing a wide array of energy challenges, some that have existed for decades and some that have emerged only recently. Learn more about where the Institute for 21st Century Energy stands on the various energy challenges faced by the United States.
Europe has so many historical and cultural wonders that even the reddest of red-blooded Americans can find something European to be envious of. After all, it was Europeans who gave us Led Zeppelin, pizza, and beer and personally, I think it’s high time we consider adopting the siesta as a national policy. But what we don’t need to migrate across the pond are European energy prices.
WASHINGTON, DC— With some politicians and interest groups heralding Europe’s energy policies as a model to follow, the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for 21st Century Energy examined what would happen if the U.S. was forced to pay EU energy prices.
The report is the third in the Energy Institute’s Energy Accountability Series. The series takes a substantive look at what would happen if energy proposals from candidates and interest groups were actually adopted.
The European Union is crushed by high energy prices – so why do some U.S. officials think they’ve got the right idea. Read our new report to find out why they’re wrong: http://bit.ly/2a4OqCx