Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act

Popular Incandescent Bulbs Phasing Out In New Year

Boosting energy efficiency helps strengthen our economy, and leads to a better and healthier future for all Americans. So we at Young Conservatives for Energy Reform are excited about the possibility of Congress passing common-sense energy efficiency legislation for the first time since the George W. Bush administration. The Energy Efficiency Improvement Act, sponsored by Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vermont) and Rep.… Keep reading →

The Nation's Capitol Celebrates 4th Of July With Fireworks Display

Last week we published a piece on what are likely to be Congress’ top 6 energy policy priorities after the August recess, according to Frank Maisano, Senior Principal at law firm Bracewell Giuliani. Elias Hinckley, also a Washington, DC-based attorney specializing in energy, has offered a slightly different take on what we might see in energy policy… Keep reading →