In a recent Clean Energy Insider newsletter, CRES President Heather Reams highlighted the need for continued American energy leadership—not only to invigorate our economy and create good-paying jobs, but also as a vehicle to decrease our reliance on foreign countries and export our clean energy technologies to our allies.
“U.S. House Natural Resources Oversight & Investigations Subcommittee took steps in this forward direction when they hosted a hearing… to examine America’s overreliance on China for our critical mineral supply chains—something I also highlighted earlier this month in RealClearEnergy.
Republican members and witnesses agreed: Domestic development of critical minerals is important for our energy and national security, but it is also essential if the United States is going to continue to lead in the deployment of clean energy technologies and continue to lower global emissions.”
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