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    Jake Fogleman

    Jake is a Policy Analyst for the Independence Institute's Center for Energy and Environment.

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  • Bootleggers, Baptists, and the Clean Energy Transition

    Bootleggers, Baptists, and the Clean Energy Transition0

    Independence Institute has a long track record of warning against the unhealthy incentives that can arise from the relationship between monopoly electric utilities and green policymakers. Once viewed as rivals of one another, the two sides realized a few years back that coexisting as fellow travelers on the road to the so-called clean energy transition

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  • Green Industrial Policy Faces Threats of its Own Creation

    Green Industrial Policy Faces Threats of its Own Creation0

    The early supply-side sugar high induced by a raft of clean energy-related subsidies is starting to show signs of wearing off. From electric vehicle makers to offshore wind developers, producers spurred along by the Biden administration’s ambitious green energy goals and lavish tax incentives have suddenly been forced to confront pesky market forces that have started to cool

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  • AQCC: In Less Than a Decade, 82% of Car Sales Must Be Electric

    AQCC: In Less Than a Decade, 82% of Car Sales Must Be Electric0

    The Polis administration intends, by hook or by crook, to see the electric vehicle industry succeed. Last Friday, unelected regulators on the Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) voted to adopt the so-called Colorado Clean Cars standard. The new regulations, which would more aptly be named the California-lite Clean Cars standard, largely replicate the California Air

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  • EIA: Renewables Dominate Federal Energy Subsidies

    EIA: Renewables Dominate Federal Energy Subsidies0

    Corporate welfare has long been a feature of U.S. energy policy. A recent government report highlights how much that corporate welfare redounds to the benefit of wind and solar over the resources that form the backbone of the country’s energy economy. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its latest Federal Financial Interventions and Subsidies in

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