Aspirational or Attainable?   

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Today’s Key Takeaway:  The Biden Administration, Industry and Academia all agree – if the U.S wants to achieve its energy transition, we need to fix the permitting process and strengthen our domestic mineral supplies.   The Global Race to Supply Our Future: Mineral Demands, Supply Chain Vulnerabilities and Our Broken Permitting ProcessNational Mining Association, November 15, 2022 U.S. mineral supply chain vulnerabilities … read more

Election Autopsies:   Energy & Climate Policy In the Next Congress

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Wishing all of our readers a Happy Thanksgiving! Headlamp will return on Monday, November 28th.  Outlook for Energy Policy Under the Next CongressPhillip Rosetti, Josiah Neely, R Street, November 17, 2022 The 2022 election results are finally coming into focus, which now leads to the question everyone is asking: what will energy and climate policy look like in the next … read more

Are wind farms in financial trouble? 

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Biden’s Dream of an Offshore Wind Bonanza Begins to FalterInstitute of Energy Research, November 3, 2022 Offshore wind was a very expensive technology even before the supply chain issues from the COVID pandemic started and inflation increased its cost even more. These wind farms are very capital and labor intensive and rising interest rates make them even more so. Despite … read more