WASHINGTON, DC, May 13, 2022— National business association Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) delivered a sign-on letter to the U.S. Senate and White House Administration stressing the importance of production-based manufacturing credits as a means of growing the industry domestically.
National business group AEE delivers sign-on letter to Senate, White House on growing domestic manufacturing of advanced energy industry
The Hill outlined Biden's use of the Defense Production Act, quoting Harry Godfrey and Nat Kreamer expanding its use to encompass battery storage, heat pumps, and more. Read snippets below and the full article here.
Industry figures and environmental groups are urging President Biden to go beyond his initial use of the Defense Production Act (DPA) and seize the opportunity to build out supply chains and infrastructure to accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels.
Washington Examiner highlighted advocate calls to phase out America's fossil fuel reliance, quoting AEE's Nat Kreamer on the national security impacts. Read snippets below and the full article here.
IT'S NOT EASY BEING GREEN: High and rising costs for oil are compounding the price of gasoline to record national averages, and the pressure is on President Joe Biden to bring short term relief by encouraging more extraction of fossil fuels.
Market Watch: Republicans urge U.S. oil and gas ‘stability’ from new drilling as answer to Russia, other security threats
Market Watch highlighted ongoing stress over tight oil and gas markets, quoting AEE's Nat Kreamer on how advanced energy technologies can shield the U.S. from dangerous geopolitics. Read snippets below and the full article here.
The Biden administration is treading carefully around oil and gas issues as fuel prices — particularly at the gasoline pump — shoot higher and inflation hits several pockets of the economy simultaneously.
WASHINGTON, D.C., March 1, 2022 – Today, ahead of the State of the Union address, national business group Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) urged President Joe Biden to look toward advanced energy for the sake of national security and to better protect Americans from future spikes in the prices of fossil fuels.
AEE CEO Nat Kreamer, who is a veteran of the war in Afghanistan where he served in the Special Forces and was awarded the Bronze Star, released the following statement:
“I returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2006 determined to help the United States free itself from fossil fuels. Now, with Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine, we have even more reason to accelerate our country’s transition to clean energy.