Energy Innovation Action

Our mission is to recruit 100,000 Solution Voters for Energy Innovation in strategic states and communities.

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The Problem : America seems more polarized than ever, leaving us unable to meet threats to our future


The issue that most consistently unites us is the environment. Conservatives and liberals see the issue from different perspectives. But large majorities of both prioritize clean air, water, and energy, and healthy oceans, forests, and climate.

Our Goals

Conservatives see it as friendly to markets and prosperity. Liberals see it as a path beyond carbon-intensive fuels. Both can be right. An energy transition founded on innovation can unite Americans and our institutions behind a combination of technologies, incentives, and policies that feature.


from rooftop solar and vast arrays, to windmills, hydro, and geothermal.

Natural Gas

With methane leaks plugged, a huge step beyond coal.


Shifting from gasoline to electric vehicles, for example.

Next Generation Nuclear Power

With costs and wastes contained.

Sustainable Agriculture

From your garden to the global supply chain.


Recycling and internalizing externalities, for example.

Digital Disruption

Zooming to meetings rather than flying is just the start.


With big public and private investments in new technologies.

Carbon Capture & Storage

From planting trees to advanced tech.

Polluter Pays Principle

So it’s cheap and easy to be green.

Carbon Dividends

To citizens and tax cuts to innovators.

Triple Bottom Line

Targets that drive 3% to 5% or greater annual gains by consumers, business, and government - enough to reach net zero carbon by mid-century.

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