Rep. Ralph Norman: Ukraine Conflict Shows Why U.S. Energy Development Is a National Security Priority

Posted on AllSides March 20th, 2022
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Regardless of whether we use a combination of oil, natural gas, solar, wind, hydro, or nuclear power, our enormous appetite for energy will not decrease any time soon. This forces us to grapple with the reality that fossil fuel is here to stay until the market incentivizes the large-scale development of renewable energy infrastructure.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is devastating and heartbreaking. We saw this coming in early March 2021 when Putin began mobilizing troops on the border of Ukraine, yet President Biden acted far too late. But what is...

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