Inglis weighs in on NY Times story regarding companies internally assuming carbon pricing
6th December 2013 | Categories: Press Releases
E&EI Executive Director Bob Inglis weighed in on Coral Davenport’s New York Times story, “Large Companies Prepared to Pay Price on Carbon” yesterday, regarding companies accounting for greenhouse-gasses as a cost on their internal balance sheets.
E&EI adds Audra Achiu as Operations Manager
23rd October 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
E&EI has hired as its Operations Manager Audra Achiu, a millennial who’s convinced that conservatives will soon address energy and climate: “Conservative millennials are looking for a free enterprise answer on energy and climate. When we’re through, conservatives won’t be shrinking in science denial anymore.”
Price it; don’t regulate it
20th September 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
Energy and Enterprise Initiative Executive Director Bob Inglis said today that the Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement that it would regulate emissions on new coal-fired power plants is a clumsy, job-killing, emission-raising blunder.
E&EI names Laquan Austion to direct national grassroots operation
15th August 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
The Energy and Enterprise Initiative is expanding its operation with the hire of Laquan Austion to serve as its new director of outreach. Austion joins E&EI from American for Prosperity, where he served as Grassroots Director for AFP New Jersey.
E&EI statement on carbon tax amendment to REINS Act
1st August 2013 | Categories: News, Press Releases
With the U.S. House of Representatives debating the REINS Act (Regulations From the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act) H.R. 367 today, E&EI is supportive of an amendment which says a carbon tax is “detrimental to individuals, families and businesses” …
Inglis on Obama’s CO2 Regulation Speech: Real Problem that Has a Much Better Solution
25th June 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
In anticipation of a speech later today in which President Obama is expected to propose new EPA regulations on CO2 emissions, Bob Inglis said, “The President says he’s going to regulate CO2 because the Supreme Court says he’s got to regulate. But it doesn’t have to be that way.”
E&EI announces winners of inaugural “Young Conservative Thought Leaders” writing contest
3rd June 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
The Energy and Enterprise Initiative today announced Rafael Fernandez and Taylor Gregoire-Wright as first-place winners of E&EI’s inaugural “Young Conservative Thought Leaders” writing contest. Fernandez and Gregoire-Wright, both recent Yale University graduates, captured the $5,000 first-place prize, while an anonymous Republican staffer on Capitol Hill took second place.
E&EI responds to President Obama’s State of the Union address
13th February 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
FAIRFAX, Va. (February 12, 2013) – Energy and Enterprise Initiative Executive Director Bob Inglis released the following statement after President Obama’s State of the Union address tonight.
“Getting a legislative solution is essential because regulating CO2 is precisely the wrong …
Electric utility executives join Inglis backing free enterprise solutions on energy, climate
30th January 2013 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
EVANSTON, Ill. (January 30, 2013)– Exelon Corporation’s former Chairman/CEO John Rowe and current Senior Vice President Joseph Dominguez echoed the Energy and Enterprise Initiative’s call free-enterprise energy policy last night at the Kellogg School of Management’s “Wholesale Electricity Markets…
Energy & Enterprise Initiative Prepared for Tax Reform Debate in 2013
8th January 2013 | Categories: External Links, Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
Adds communications director to team
FAIRFAX, Va. –Energy and Enterprise Initiative Executive Director Bob Inglis said America is awaiting real tax reform and the Energy & Enterprise Initiative has a way to broaden the tax base and bring down the …