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Brent Bennett, Ph.D., is the policy director for Life:Powered, an initiative of the Texas Public Policy Foundation to raise America’s energy IQ. As part of the Life:Powered team, Dr. Bennett regularly speaks with policymakers, energy experts, and industry associations across the country. He is responsible for research, fact-checking, and spearheading many of the team’s policy and regulatory initiatives. He has written extensively on how America has improved its environment while growing its energy use and on future energy technologies. Dr. Bennett has an M.S.E. and Ph.D. in materials science and engineering […]
Alex Epstein (author of the Moral Case for Fossil Fuels) and an advocate of the importance of “cheap, plentiful, reliable energy” and Salem Center senior Scholar Gregory Salmieri discuss how Texas’s blackouts illustrate the importance of reliability in an energy source, and respects in which Texas’s energy policies may under-value reliability. Join us on Zoom here.Watch live […]
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