The HEAT Report is a weekly newsletter focusing on how members of the House Energy Action Team (HEAT) promote American energy security, and an all-of-the-above energy economy.


The Latest:


With the latest push from Democrats on their radical Green New Deal policies, it’s getting harder and harder for everyday Americans to keep the lights on.


California Democrats passed legislation to ban gas-powered vehicles on the same day consumers were asked not to put “additional stress” on the electric grid by using large appliances – including charging electric vehicles – during peak evening hours.


These policies are clueless and out of touch.


If you want to see what a future of Democrat energy policies looks like, you don’t have to go much further than Europe’s green energy catastrophe.


As a result of the European Union’s radical green policies and its over-reliance on Russian energy, households and small businesses are seeing firsthand the consequences of Green New Deal-style policies – energy is scarce and expensive.


It’s high time this administration’s war on energy is brought to an end. In the coming weeks, House Republicans are going to introduce our “Commitment to America” to show the nation how our policies will solve the Democrats’ self-inflicted crises.


Click here or on the image above to view Whip Scalise’s interview. 



This Week’s HEAT Member Highlights:


Last week, House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) released a statement on the Biden Administration’s reluctance on the Gulf of Mexico Offshore Lease Sale 257.

Representative Stephanie Bice (R-Okla.) called out Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on her statement lauding California as the nation’s leader on energy amid blackouts and banning gas cars.
Last week, Representative Troy Balderson (R-Ohio) joined consumer advocates and local employers in Zanesville, Ohio for a roundtable discussion to shine a light on the hardship caused by the Biden Administration’s misguided energy policies.
Representative French Hill (R-Ark.) challenged the Biden Administration’s “celebration” of the Inflation Reduction Act as electricity costs continue to soar.
Recently, Representative Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) wrote a column on how Democrats’ Green New Deal policies are leaving our country dependent upon unreliable energy sources and straining our grid. Also over the August work period, Rep. Mullin hosted a panel on the importance of American energy independence.
During this month’s House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee Oversight & Investigations oversight hearing on climate change, Representative Garret Graves (R-La.) set the record straight on who is to blame for the high energy costs across the nation – President Biden.
During last week’s House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing, Representative Michael Cloud (R-Texas) called out the Green New Deal supporters for their demonization of American energy.
Last week, Representative Pete Stauber (R-Minn.) submitted Resolutions of Inquiry to the Departments of the Interior and Agriculture to get clear answers on why the Biden Administration made the political decision to ban mining in parts of northern Minnesota.
Following up on a series of letters on the Biden Administration’s “sue and settle” policies, the Congressional Western Caucus continued to hold this administration accountable for these attacks on American energy in a tweet.
Representative Drew Ferguson (R-Ga.) teamed up with colleagues to join Representative Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-Iowa) on her Iowa Energy Tour to observe the variety of innovative energy solutions in Iowa including renewable fuels, organic material, wind, and solar energy – which creates electricity and powers their state’s transportation sector.
During the House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearings last week, Representative Clay Higgins (R-La.) made headlines for condemning anti-oil and gas lawsuits in Louisiana and taking on an unhinged climate activist on petrochemicals.
In August, Representative Ron Estes (R-Kan.) addressed the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association called for an all-of-the-above energy approach and an end to the Green New Deal policies.