The Green New Deal only plans to generate intermittent electricity, but no plans to replace crude oil, the only fossil fuel that is NOT used for electricity.
EPA's ham-handed implementation of the American Innovation and Manufacturing Act stifles innovation in manufacturing.
President Biden has learned very little from countries that went Green where manufacturers and suppliers can't compete with China and India.
There is yet hope that America will choose to capitalize on its massive energy reosurces and keep energy costs down to facilitate competitiveness on the world stage -- a world in which energy costs are almost always higher than they are now in many U.S. states. Cheap, reliable energy is a vital resource for anyone building new manufacturing plants -- and creating the jobs to operate them.
CFACT Senior Policy Analyst Paul Driessen cuts to the point -- that billions of people in Africa, india, and elsewhere are systematically being denied reliable access (or any access) to electricity by cold-hearted bureaucrats and elitist governments who have decided for these people that no electricity is better than fossil fuel electricity (or even hydro). Yet when people do gain access to affordable energy, their productivity can skyrocket.