Energy and Climate

The ACCF is an internationally recognized and highly respected economic authority on energy, climate, and environmental policy issues. The availability of abundant, reliable, and affordable energy is of critical importance to long-term economic growth.  Therefore, policymakers should strive to create an environment that recognizes the need to address climate change objectives while promoting sustained investment, increased efficiency, development of new technologies, and building a predictable and rational regulatory system. 
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News

Dan Brouillette on Oil Supply and Demand

Former Energy Secretary and ACCF Board of Advisors Member Dan Brouillette addresses the supply and demand issues US oil producers are encountering on Fox...

New Report: The declining number of public companies and mandatory reporting...

Washington, DC – After peaking in 1996 at more than 8,000 companies, the number of domestic US-listed public companies traded on major US exchanges...

ACCF Board of Advisors member Dan Brouillette on high gas prices

Fox Business
Former Secretary of Energy and ACCF Board of Advisors member Dan Brouillette argues that since the U.S. is ‘lacking’ in oil production, it’s causing...

Research and Publications

New Study Examines Petroleum Product Export Ban

New ACCF Study Finds Petroleum Product Export Ban Would Force Refinery Closures, Resulting in Higher Product Prices and Losses in Employment and GDP

ACCF Report: Transition from Traditional Nuclear Energy to Functional Nuclear Energy...

Nuclear energy is an important aspect of U.S. national security due to control of non-proliferation in the world and by providing long-lasting political and...

New Survey: Americans Worried About Climate Change, But Don’t Want to...

The Economy/Jobs and Health Care are The Top of Mind Issues for Americans When Thinking of Their Votes For Federal Offices, Not Climate Change WASHINGTON,...