Navigating the State Energy Policy Landscape: Joe Trotter on The Voice of Reason

What's going on this states is absolutely fascinating.

The Voice of Reason kicked off 2024 with an insightful discussion between host Andy Hooser and Joe Trotter, the ALEC Director of the Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Task Force. The conversation delved into critical issues ranging from energy challenges to agricultural policies and the evolving legislative landscape.

Some states are prepared, and those are states in which there are different ways to generate electricity: natural gas, coal, nuclear, and yes, even wind and solar…Then you have states  like California and the upper Northeast, that go ahead and have these crazy mandates that say you must generate electricity this way, and when something like an arctic front comes through, oh man, are their bills are going to be high and their power unreliable!

Listen to the full interview here.

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