Energy Subsidies

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Potential Effects of the Inflation Reduction Act on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Philip Rossetti

Potential Effects of the Inflation Reduction Act on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Introduction
When the Build Back Better (BBB) legislation was first proposed, the R Street Institute (RSI) analyzed…

You can’t cut gasoline prices by increasing demand
Philip Rossetti

Gasoline prices in the United States have yet again hit record highs at $4.59 per gallon. Naturally, the 83 percent of Americans who drive cars regularly are heavily impacted, and politicians are…

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Radio: Nan Swift on Gas Prices
Nan Swift

From Julie Mason…

The High Price of “Cheap” Gas: What’s the True Cost of E15?
Nan Swift

Summary

Authorizing year-round sales of E15 is a short-sighted political stunt that comes at a high price for taxpayers, consumers and the environment. For just a few more months of slightly…

The High Price of “Cheap” Gas
Nan Swift

Yesterday, President Joe Biden issued an emergency waiver to permit summer sales of E15 gasoline in an effort to make the ongoing pain at the pump a little more bearable for consumers. E15 contains a…

Radio: Getting Electric Vehicle Subsidies Right
Philip Rossetti

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:

A new Harvard Law study has found that current electric vehicle subsidies are not reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Phil Rosetti from the R…

Healthy markets remedy energy and climate crises
Devin Hartman

Months before Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, global oil and European natural gas markets were undergoing sharp price increases. Predictably, crisis escalation prompted calls for “fuel fixes”…

Alternative fuels subsidies are small in size but with interesting potential
Philip Rossetti

This is the fourth part to a series of posts on this topic. Scroll to the end to find the most recent posts.
Biodiesel and Alternative Fuels
In this last analysis of Build Back Better’s (BBB)…

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There Is No Silver Bullet for Energy Security
Philip Rossetti

In 1979, President Carter made his famous “crisis of confidence” speech, in which he implored Americans to hold fast against high gasoline prices and promised that renewable energy and…

Radio: Why the Government Shouldn’t Get Involved with Forcing Oil Production
Philip Rossetti

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:

Some politicians are toying with the idea of using the Defense Production Act to get oil companies to pump more. The R Street Institute’s Phil…

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