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The national conversation around energy is changing rapidly. As the United States has dramatically increased its production of hydrocarbons, the costs of renewable energy technologies have also declined sharply. We must now decide how to responsibly drive a transition toward a cleaner low-carbon energy mix while maintaining economic growth. The BPC Energy Team is focused on generating and advocating pragmatic clean energy policies through engagement with a broad set of stakeholders and experts from diverse political perspectives.

After a decade of reckless argument over the existence of the climate problem, we do not have time for a fact-free debate about climate solutions. Instead, the nation needs a Green ‘True’ Deal that allows government and industry to work together to decarbonize our economy by 2050.

Jason Grumet

About Us

The mission of the American Energy Innovation Council (AEIC) is to foster strong economic growth, create jobs in new industries, and reestablish America’s energy technology leadership through robust, public investments in the development of world-changing energy technologies. Our principals are CEOs and business leaders who believe in clean energy, support AEIC, and work to achieve our goals.

  • American Energy Innovation Council

    The mission of the American Energy Innovation Council (AEIC) is to foster strong economic growth, create jobs in new industries, and reestablish America’s energy technology leadership through robust, public investments in the development of world-changing energy technologies. Our principals are CEOs and business leaders who believe in clean energy, support AEIC, and work to achieve our goals.

  • Direct Air Capture Advisory Council

    BPC’s Direct Air Capture Advisory Council is focused on highlighting the role that innovative technology can play in our climate solution toolkit. The council is composed of business, political and environmental leaders. The council firmly believes that the US should lead in the development of new negative emission technologies and become a global leader in this nascent industry.

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The national conversation around energy is changing rapidly. As the United States has become energy independent, and as the impacts of climate change become ever more clear, we must now decide how we responsibly transition toward a cleaner energy mix, invest smartly in the next generation of energy technologies, and maintain economic growth.