Conservative Clean Energy
It’s about more than windmills and solar panels. It’s natural gas, the energy source that’s reducing the most pollution in America. It’s nuclear and hydropower, our biggest clean energy sources. It’s carbon-capture technology for coal. At ClearPath, we believe in cleaner, cheaper and reliable energy. Conservative principles can create energy security, boost our economy and reduce pollution without unnecessary bureaucratic delays. We can do this together. Learn more about us
A conservative clean energy agenda for the 21st century
National Clean Energy Data Per State and District
Based on this data, we have identified approximately 29.8 million persuadable voters nation wide which means there are over 68,000 persuadable clean energy voters per district. See messaging and talking points that resonate with your state or district ...
Natural Gas 101
Natural gas is an energy Swiss Army knife used for electricity generation, transportation fuels, and home heating. The fuel can also be used to make a variety of chemicals, such as fertilizers and hydrogen. Current estimates show the United States has ...
What Policymakers Can Learn After V.C. Summer
The sudden suspension of the V.C. Summer nuclear plant under construction in South Carolina last week came as a surprise to many in the nuclear industry. One of only two nuclear power plants under construction in the United States ...
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Clean Coal 101
Coal power plants generate electricity by burning coal to boil water. The resulting steam is then used to spin turbines that generate electricity. Unlike wind and solar power plants, coal power plants can make electricity around the clock.