Some Democrats seem to think that throwing money at climate change will solve the problem. But that is an incomplete, and inefficient, way to decarbonize. Two-thirds of the clean electricity subsidies in the Inflation Reduction Act, for example, are going to projects that would have been built without the legislation being signed into law. It’s time to stop government red tape and needless bureaucracy from impeding American energy dominance. It’s time to champion permitting reform to get more clean energy on the grid.