At ClearPath, we believe the United States of America must lead the world in energy innovation with gas extraction, highly-efficient engines, lithium ion batteries, natural gas turbines, solar technology and advanced nuclear power.
ClearPath Executive Director Rich Powell testified before the House energy committee on how public-private coordination can boost advanced nuclear.
Technology innovation is America’s specialty. It’s what maintains our international leadership and competitive edge and what will ensure our nation’s future success. Half of all economic growth in the U.S. since WWII can be linked to technological innovation.
American scientists are the world’s energy pioneers. For the past century, their research has positioned us to lead on virtually every energy technology, from solar panels to clean coal. We can cement this legacy with commonsense reforms that enable and inspire American ingenuity. Download Policy Overview How to Reform Innovation Policy Click below to navigate around reformation advice…
There are few “game changers” in the energy space. NET Power has the potential to be one of them. If successful, it will greatly simplify the process and equipment needed to produce not just cleaner power, but emission-free power from coal and natural gas.
At ClearPath, we work on conservative clean energy policy. Wait, what? What is conservative clean energy? We can explain and few approach these issues in exactly the way we do. Here are the top 10 reasons why we work on conservative clean energy.
For the longest time, the left has owned this debate; calling for wind and solar, battery storage and energy efficiency. These technologies are a growing part of our energy mix but will only be a portion of our future supply. A cleaner energy future must be based on nuclear, hydropower and clean fossil fuels – workhorses that provide reliable baseload electric power 24/7.
I was encouraged to hear now-Energy Secretary Rick Perry, in his recent Senate confirmation hearing, suggest that the Department of Energy will help foster carbon capture technologies, advanced nuclear reactors and innovation through our best-in-the-world national labs.