Inglis: Americans deserve a better way than EPA
Energy and Enterprise Initiative Executive Director Bob Inglis expressed urgency to repeal and replace President Obama’s executive regulation of coal-fired power plants.
The Energy and Enterprise Initiative will hold its second-annual contest for young conservatives this spring, executive director Bob Inglis announced today. The inaugural contest last year generated local buzz because of the two winning entries, which included an op-ed by an anonymous Republican Hill staffer.
Celebrating that “it’s not so lonely on the environmental right after all,” former Congressman Bob Inglis today released the names of 11 leading lights for the Energy and Enterprise Initiative’s Advisory Council.
The Energy and Enterprise Initiative today announced the hire of Kevin Croswhite as its first Wisconsin State Director. Based out of Kenosha, Croswhite will lead all of E&EI’s state-based activity, which E&EI began organizing last summer. He’s a veteran of several political campaigns in Wisconsin and provides E&EI with another conservative millennial voice.
A new report titled “Risk Reward & Revolution” released Tuesday, January 21 by The Pelican Institute, provides insight into how Louisiana’s growing natural gas industry may help the state’s economic and environmental outlook. The report was co-authored by E&EI’s Alex Bozmoski and American Security Project senior fellow Andrew Holland.
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 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.”
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.
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.