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CEN to Fox Business: US Energy Dependence Threatens National Security

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Read the full article here. A Deeper Dive: The world is seeing the geopolitical importance of energy policy play out in real time and, unfortunately, with devastating consequences. The exportation of Russian oil and natural gas is funding Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. The U.S. must edge Russia out of the global energy market by taking […]


As Russia Attacks Ukraine, U.S. Energy Policy Takes Center Stage

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Last week, Russia invaded Ukraine, triggering a war that is destined to have a widespread effect on the whole world. While pundits in the media focus primarily on the impacts to the stock market, supply chains, and inflation, there should also be real concern about what this means for energy policy in the U.S. In […]


CEN Adds Special Projects Manager

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Conservative Energy Network Continues to Expand National Team FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECEN CONTACT: Joanna Lewis – jlewis@conservativeenergynetwork.org February 1, 2022 – LANSING, Mich. – The Conservative Energy Network (CEN), a coalition of 21 state-based conservative clean energy organizations, today announced the hire of Special Projects Manager Morgan Stanchak. This new position reflects the continued expansion of CEN’s national […]


Land & Liberty Coalition Launches in Maryland

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Grassroots organization seeks to empower Maryland landowners, protect property rights and promote rural economic growth January 20, 2022 – ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Land & Liberty Coalition (L&LC),a project of the Conservative Energy Network (CEN), today announced the launch of its Maryland chapter. L&LC is a grassroots organization that partners with local citizens, landowners, clean […]


Nuclear Energy Primer

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As the energy market shifts, many overlook the potential of nuclear energy to meet the need for clean and affordable energy solutions in the future. In fact, nuclear energy remains the greatest clean power contributor in the United States, producing 800 billion kilowatt hours of electricity each year. Nuclear energy can fill the intermittency gaps […]


Land & Liberty Coalition Launches in Kentucky

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Grassroots organization seeks to empower Kentucky landowners, protect property rights and promote rural economic growth FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CEN Contact: Justin Poland – jpoland@landandlibertycoalition.com January 11, 2022 – Glasgow, Ky. – The Land & Liberty Coalition (L&LC), a project of the Conservative Energy Network (CEN), today announced the launch of its Kentucky chapter. The grassroots […]


Policy Primer: Geothermal Energy

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Over the past two decades, polarized climate policy has taken the main stage in almost every energy policy discussion, contributing to the current hyperpartisan political atmosphere and stunted reasoned debate and policy development. Technological advancements, however, have transformed the emerging renewable energy market with countless resources offering cost-effective alternatives to traditional fossil fuels. Geothermal energy […]


New CEN Poll Shows Voters Want America-First Clean Energy and Climate Solutions

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National pollster Glen Bolger to present results during December 15 webinar FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CEN CONTACT: Tyler Duvelius – tduvelius@conservativeenergynetwork.org   December 8, 2021 – LANSING, Mich. – The Conservative Energy Network (CEN), a coalition of 21 state-based conservative clean energy organizations, today released the results of its 6th annual national survey. The survey was conducted […]


Abandoning Competitive Markets is Throwing the Baby Out With the Very Cold Bathwater

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By Matt Welch The February winter storm shocked Texans to the core. For days, the energy capital of the United States shivered silently in the dark while snow covered the streets, the world shut down, and the human and economic costs soared. Only a fool would continue forward without recognizing that something needs to change so that […]


What Iowans Really Think About Renewable Energy

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A line in a recent op-ed from an Iowan farmer, Seth Watkins, in the Clarinda Herald-Journal caught my attention: “Our future depends on a renewable, resilient, and reliable energy grid.” A statement like this might surprise you, especially coming from a state where 93 of 99 counties voted for President Trump in the 2020 election. […]


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