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Getting the World-Class Cybersecurity Workforce America’s Electric Grid Needs How can the United States systematically attract, retain, and grow a world-class workforce that will protect the electric grid and other critical infrastructure systems from cyberattacks? With 600,000 cybersecurity positions in the country unfilled and ...
Cleaner U.S. Oil & Gas Sector Catalyzes A Cleaner Industry Worldwide (From RealClearEnergy) The staggering pollution from Russia’s pre-war, largely unregulated oil and natural gas industry is getting much worse. To offset this and drive significant environmental improvements in oil and natural gas production worldwide, it is essential to have ...
Once Again, Foreign Energy Reliance Spawns Moral Depravity (From RealClearEnergy) The United States has the resources, skilled workforce, and sophisticated technology to become the world’s dominant producer of all types of energy. Events in Ukraine are the latest illustration of why there is also a compelling moral imperative do so. ...
Politicians Literally Playing With Fire Over U.S. Postal Service Delivery Vehicles (From RealClearEnergy) Looking for a symbol of how decrepit, combustible, and gridlocked the federal government has become? Consider the U.S. Postal Service’s delivery vehicles. With more than 400 exploding and catching on fire in recent years, the busted, old, dangerous con ...
The Reckless Push For Electric Vehicles At The U.S. Postal Service (From RealClearEnergy) As Democrats regroup and forge ahead with plans to implement components of the Build Back Better legislation killed by Senator Joe Manchin, calls for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to be given billions of taxpayers’ dollars to electrify its fleet are l ...
The Urgency Of Protecting The Electric Grid From Cyberattacks (From POWER Magazine) The clock is ticking to protect the electric grid from cyberattacks. Adversarial nations, terrorists, and criminal groups have been refining their techniques for years. Lloyd’s has warned a successful, coordinated intrusion could cost $1 trillion. Earl ...
Engage Big Oil For Lower Emissions (From RealClearEnergy) These are heady days for bashing U.S. and European multinational oil corporations while also begging OPEC to increase oil production. While the U.S. House of Representatives is excoriating oil company CEOs, the Biden Administration is pleading for more ...
A Cleaner Oil Industry: Driven By Data And Common Sense (From RealClearEnergy) The world is going to need 50 percent more energy by 2050, including a large amount of oil. This challenge can be met while also addressing climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Through data analytics, U.S. oil companies are taking many ...
Maximizing Clean Electricity Production Using Nuclear Energy The United States’ reentry to the Paris Climate Change Agreement on February 19, 2021 pledged the U.S. to reduce its emissions by more than it is currently projected to achieve. The solution to this dilemma is to embrace nuclear power. Despite being an ...
Three Areas Where Government Needs To Get Out Of America’s Way The American dream is built on the backs of innovators and entrepreneurs. People who create, invent, and work hard, despite the obstacles, can succeed in this country. Unfortunately, bureaucrats and politicians in federal and state government have deci ...
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