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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 new technology for clean coal. At ClearPath we believe in an all-of-the-above strategy for cleaner and cheaper energy. We stand against bureaucracy and big government. Conservative principles can create energy security, boost our economy, and reduce pollution. We can do this together. Learn more about us

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Policy Reforms

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A conservative clean energy agenda for the 21st century

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Polling

New National Clean Energy Data Added

Polling

Based on this new 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 ...

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Energy 101

How Fracking Strengthens America

Energy 101

The gas that lights your stove and heats your water is also changing the world. It’s natural gas, and thanks to fracking, it’s cheap and plentiful in America. Fracking kicked off a new energy renaissance in America. The innovation is one of the factors that has helped ....

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Jay's Take

Now or Never for Nuclear

Jay's Take

It’s not easy to tell a complicated story in 30 seconds, which is what policy debates seem to be timed these days. However, nuclear’s history tells a lengthy story, and a fascinating one at that. And it’s not a history solely about nuclear. It’s about American industry all together ...

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Our Principles

We believe in small government, free markets, and American innovation. Our principles form the basis for how we analyze proposed reforms.

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