The Energy Act features consensus provisions from the Senate’s American Energy Innovation Act (S. 2657) and the House’s Clean Economy Innovation and Jobs Act (H.R. 4447). Signed into law on December 27 as Divizion Z of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, it is the first comprehensive modernization of our nation’s energy policies in 13 years.
Joe Manchin (D, WV)
- Manchin, Committee Consider Puerto Rico Recovery Accuracy In Disclosures Act
- Manchin, Committee Consider President’s FY 2022 Budget Request For The Department Of The Interior
- Manchin Announces $60 Million Investment To Increase Energy Efficiency In Manufacturing
- Manchin Joins Colleagues In Urging Investment In National Lab Infrastructure
John Barrasso (R, WY)
- Barrasso Remarks at Hearing to Consider Legislation on Puerto Rico’s Financial Management
- Senators Introduce Legislation to Mitigate Dangers Posed by Tree Spiking
- Barrasso: The Senate Must Reject Stone-Manning's Nomination to Lead the Bureau of Land Management
- Barrasso: Stone-Manning’s Misleading & False Statements Don’t Align with the Facts
A quick sampling of what members, stakeholders, and the media have said in the past week about the Energy Act
Signed into law as Division Z of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. Learn more here.
The Energy Act prioritizes research, development, and demonstration of next-generation technologies that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector, industry, and buildings while keeping American energy affordable and globally competitive.