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NRECA CEO to Congress: Electricity Transition Efforts Must Be Realistic

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NRECA testimony before US Senate Committee - An effective energy transition must be realistic.

  • A resilient and reliable electric grid that affordably keeps the lights on is the cornerstone of American energy security and the national economy.

• The ongoing energy transition must recognize the need for time and technology and be inclusive of all energy sources to maintain reliability and affordability.

• The bipartisan infrastructure bill made important investments to support an energy transition, but additional actions on tax credits, permit streamlining and coordination on electrification will be required to meet future energy needs.

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