When energy policies work, American families benefit. An October report from the White House Council of Economic Advisers finds that the increased domestic production of natural gas and oil is saving a family of four $2,500 a year. Yet, much of these savings have been offset by higher electricity bills due to renewable power subsidies and related fees and assessments. There needs to be greater transparency on how energy policies impact families, especially the poor. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler has written a commentary for InsideSources about this topic here.
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