We’re permitting reform essential to advance energy infrastructure development
We are facing a supply chain crisis for the very energy & raw materials it needs to upgrade our outdated roads, bridges and transit systems, and to build new electrical cars, solar panels wind turbines. The demand for energy and minerals has quickly outpaced existing supplies & even the pipeline of coming projects. Current permitting process is cumbersome, often stalling projects for years – sometimes decades – with duplicative reviews, a burdensome approval process for the necessary investment in domestic energy
Require federal agencies to collaborate on a single environmental review documents, for establishing a reasonable timeframe
Rashed Kabir /CEO, California
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Dramatic reductions in demand with a tight supply of common necessities. As vaccines began rolling out in the first half of 2021, demand again surged while supply chains remained constrained. Dramatic and ever-changing variations in demand, coupled with on-again-off-again availability