Energy and Power

Chairman:  Ed Whitfield (KY-01)
Jurisdiction: 
National energy policy; fossil energy; renewable energy; nuclear energy; nuclear facilities; the Department of Energy; the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; synthetic and alternative fuels; energy conservation; energy information; utility issues; interstate energy compacts; energy generation, marketing, reliability, transmission, siting, exploration, production, efficiency, cybersecurity, and ratemaking for all generated power; pipelines; the Clean Air Act and air emissions; all laws, programs, and government activities affecting energy matters, including all aspects of the above-referenced jurisdiction related to the Department of Homeland Security.

Members

Republicans

Chairman: Ed Whitfield (KY)
Vice Chairman: Steve Scalise (LA)
Ralph Hall (TX)
John Shimkus (IL)
Joseph R. Pitts (PA)
Lee Terry (NE)
Michael C. Burgess, M.D. (TX)
Bob Latta (OH)
Bill Cassidy (LA)
Pete Olson (TX)
David McKinley (WV)
Cory Gardner (CO)
Mike Pompeo (KS)
Adam Kinzinger (IL)
Morgan Griffith (VA)
Joe Barton (TX)
Fred Upton (MI)

Democrats

Ranking Member: Bobby L. Rush (IL)
Jerry McNerney (CA)
Paul Tonko (NY)
John Yarmuth (KY)
Eliot L. Engel (NY)
Gene Green (TX)
Lois Capps (CA)
Michael F. Doyle (PA)
John Barrow (GA)
Doris O. Matsui (CA)
Donna M. Christensen (VI)
Kathy Castor (FL)
John D. Dingell (MI) (non-voting)
Henry A. Waxman (CA)

November 20, 2014 | ICYMI

Last summer fact checkers caught President Obama attempting to belittle the importance of the Keystone XL pipeline, busting him for using false and deflated jobs numbers. But it appears he didn’t learn his lesson.

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November 20, 2014 | Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. House of Representatives today voted to strengthen American manufacturing and create jobs by passing H.R. 4795, the Promoting New Manufacturing Act.

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November 20, 2014 | Blog Post

The U.S. House of Representatives will vote today on important legislation that will boost our country’s manufacturing base and create jobs. H.R.

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November 19, 2014 | Blog Post

Last week, President Obama announced he had cut a carbon deal with China that would require the U.S. to take drastic action to reduce emissions while asking little of China in return. While the U.S. would commit to new reductions by 2025, China’s President Xi Jinping did not commit to any emissions reductions and only pledged to try and cap emissions by 2030.

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November 19, 2014 | Blog Post

Does He or Doesn’t He? President Urges Action to Support American Manufacturing But Threatens Veto on Manufacturing Bill 

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