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:


Last week, House Republicans unveiled the “Commitment to America” that will help Americans suffering from Democrats’ far-left policies.


Republicans have a plan that will lower inflation, cut energy costs for American families, and put checks and balances on Democrats’ socialist agenda. House Republicans stand ready to reverse Democrats’ self-made crises in the 118th Congress.


House Republicans have a plan to get us back not only to lower energy costs, but energy independence. House Republicans will be committed to stopping President Biden’s war on American energy and our reliance on hostile foreign nations for energy.


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

This Week’s HEAT Member Highlights:


During last week’s House Energy and Commerce Committee meeting, Republicans hammered Democrats’ radical policies and failure to deliver solutions to the energy problems they’ve created.  Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) called for accountability for the attack on American energy unleashed by President Biden.


Click here or on the image above to watch Whip Scalise’s remarks. 

HEAT Co-Chair Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) submitted a Resolution of Inquiry to request documentation on the Biden Administration’s exploitation of its self-imposed energy crisis to advance a radical rush-to-green agenda while shifting the blame for record-high gas prices on external factors. Congressman Duncan shared remarks on his Resolution of Inquiry during the Energy and Commerce Committee Hearing markup.


During a special order hour on Monday, Representative John Joyce (R-Pa.) condemned the Biden Administration’s far-left policies that have sent energy prices soaring and highlighted the need to transition away from Green New Deal bailouts for wind and solar and return to using the baseload power underneath the feet of his constituents in Pennsylvania.


Representative Pete Stauber (R-Minn.) introduced the Permitting for Mining Needs (PERMIT-MN) Act to streamline the mine permitting process to create certainty for the mining community, limit frivolous litigation, and require agency coordination across the Federal government.



Representative Bill Johnson (R-Ohio) introduced a Resolution of Inquiry to hold the Biden Administration accountable and show the facts for declaring a National Climate Emergency.



Representative Bob Latta (R-Ohio) placed the blame on America’s high gas prices and energy crisis where it belongs – on President Biden and supporters of the rush to green agenda.


Representative Greg Pence (R-Ind.) warned Hoosiers of the dangers of California energy policies amid blackouts, pointing to an all-of-the-above energy approach instead.



Representative Tim Walberg (R-Mich.) supported a resolution demanding answers from the Biden administration on why they prioritize their green-energy agenda instead of addressing the current energy crisis to bring down costs for consumers.




Representative Garret Graves (R-La.) tweeted about the Biden Administration’s self-inflicted inflation crisis that is hurting Louisiana families.


Representative August Pfluger (R-Texas) spoke on the House floor after Democrats doubled down on raising gas prices for Americans and blocked his bill to strike new taxes on energy production.



Last week, Representative Stephanie Bice (R-Okla.) spoke on Newsmax with Sean Spicer and talked about President Biden’s anti-American energy policies.


Representative Guy Reschenthaler (R-Pa.) joined Charles Payne on Fox Business, declaring Democrats’ Green New Deal policies a fantasy and slammed the ban on gas-powered cars in California.


This week, Representative Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) called out House Democrats for voting to keep energy prices high for Americans with a vote against a bill to repeal the natural gas tax in the Inflation Expansion Act.


Representative Kelly Armstrong (R-N.D.) took to the House floor to hit Democrats on their radical policies that are hamstringing American producers and causing energy prices to rise.