Ted Glick is a long-time advocate for reforming our energy regulatory system so that our country can move to green energy to meet the challenge of the climate crises. In this conversation with members of the Indian Point Convergence Ted talks about our primary energy regulatory body, FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and his plans to turn it into FREC, the Federal Renewable Energy Commission. A FERC that no longer rubber stamps pipelines and is friendlier to renewables would move the country away from fossil fuels and be a major player in decarbonizing the economy.
This video was broadcast on the Altice public access network in Westchester County by Marilyn Elie’s Environmental News and Views. Marilyn Elie is the Host/Producer.
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