To be transparent, PSEG, like many utilities and energy companies, may benefit from the clean energy tax credits. The credits could help support our carbon-free nuclear energy generation and the development of offshore wind projects, and possibly boost investment in other clean energy infrastructure.
If we are to save our planet, we must produce more natural gas for export, build out our clean energy infrastructure and establish robust domestic supply chains to address the climate crisis and make sure that energy is available when we need it.
While Washington has been paying attention to this issue, we are still in need of final action. For the sake of our economy, geopolitical stability in Europe and our climate goals, it’s time to think globally about where our energy comes from, but also act locally.