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US Energy Gridlock Here to Stay?

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Republicans took the gavel in the US House of Representatives this month, ushering in a divided Congress against the backdrop of a highly polarized Washington. With GOP midterm gains slim, there is incentive for bipartisan compromise on key energy issues such as overhauling stagnant permitting. Even with Democratic expectations low on fresh energy legislation, permitting reform is needed to support the clean energy build-out envisioned by the Joe Biden administration’s energy transition strategy. But early policy signals foreshadow more gridlock ahead.

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Policy and Regulation, Low-Carbon Policy, Renewable Electricity
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