3 lessons from the energy crisis

Payne Institute Researcher Brad Handler and Director Morgan Bazilian write about how understanding the cause of tight supply and high prices is not as simple as blaming Biden, or windmills, or oil and gas producers.  The recent tightening of energy markets and ensuing price spikes are being felt globally. These conditions are driven by a multitude of factors related to fossil fuel demand and supply. Fingers are being pointed at producers, at the transition to clean energy sources, and at government.  December 17, 2021.