Heather Reams

May 1st, 2024
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Today, RealClearEnergy published an op-ed by Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) President Heather Reams and Conservative Energy Network (CEN) President John Szoka highlighting their sixth annual congressional fly-in, where the groups will promote an all-of-the-above energy approach to increase market competition and encourage American innovation. Advocates from across the United States are meeting with 100 Republican congressional offices to discuss commonsense clean energy […]

April 18th, 2024
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WASHINGTON — The Washington Times published an op-ed by CRES President Heather Reams highlighting how the free market enables the United States to be among the most innovative and cleanest producers and exporters of the world’s goods, resources and energy. Read the full op-ed here or below: There has never been a more exciting time to work in conservative energy politics. […]

March 28th, 2024
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Today, RealClearEnergy published an op-ed by CRES President Heather Reams highlighting America’s all-of-the-above energy portfolio and how homegrown energy results in both lower energy prices and reduced global emissions. Read the full op-ed here or below: The federal government has many priorities – especially in an election year – but both parties should agree on one thing: American homegrown energy results […]

March 12th, 2024
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WASHINGTON—Today, The Washington Times published an op-ed co-authored by CRES President Heather Reams and Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) highlighting how the Atomic Energy Advancement Act will modernize licensing and streamline regulations around nuclear production. Energy is a kitchen table issue for American families. We rely on the certainty that we can heat our homes in the freezing cold, turn up the […]

March 4th, 2024
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Today, RealClearEnergy published an op-ed by CRES President Heather Reams highlighting how the Providing Reliable, Objective, Verifiable Emissions Intensity and Transparency (PROVE IT) Act will increase American competitiveness and decrease global emissions. Manufacturing in the United States is among the cleanest in the world. In fact, the U.S. manufactures commodities that are 40% more carbon-efficient than the world average – all while upholding stringent […]

February 22nd, 2024
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The Hill published an op-ed by CRES President Heather Reams and Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) President Lisa Jacobson outlining the recent release of the BCSE 2024 Factbook. Clean energy is good business, and America is stronger and more competitive because of its clean energy investments.   According to the newly released 2024 Sustainable Energy in […]

February 21st, 2024
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Savannah Morning News published an op-ed by CRES President Heather Reams highlighting Rep. Buddy Carter’s energy and climate leadership. Georgia’s energy and climate leadership is being recognized worldwide, and residents of the Peach State have a strong advocate in Congress and on the international stage in Rep. Buddy Carter (R-Ga.).  Rep. Carter was recently named […]

February 13th, 2024
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In appealing to his radical left flank, President Joe Biden halted the consideration of new liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals – a move that will ironically backfire against his own climate agenda and result in higher global emissions. Rep. Brandon Williams (R-N.Y.) responded in full force with his resolution condemning the Biden Administration for […]

February 1st, 2024
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From raising costs for consumers to burdening American manufacturers, the consequences of implementing a domestic carbon tax have long been documented by market and energy experts alike. This is why Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) is leading a House resolution condemning any future plans to implement a carbon tax in the United States.   CRES believes […]

January 24th, 2024
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In a recent edition of Clean Energy Insider, CRES President Heather Reams highlighted some exciting updates from Capitol Hill that are helping the United States continue its leadership to reduce global emissions.   On the House side, the Conservative Climate Caucus welcomed five new vice chairs- Reps. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.), Buddy Carter (R-Ga.), Greg Murphy […]

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