November 9, 2017

Panel 5A: The Cost of Excessive Regulation 3:50 p.m.  -  4:50 p.m. Panel 5A: The Cost of Excessive Regulation Liberty 4-6

Panel 5A: The Cost of Excessive Regulation

“For too long, we’ve been held back by burdensome regulations on our energy industry.” The feds and the states have piled on innumerable regulations on the energy industry during the past two decades, often imposing huge costs while producing negligible benefits. These panelists believe the Trump Administration is right to roll back these regulations.

Moderator: John Nothdurft, The Heartland Institute

Rich Trzupek, Trinity Consultants LLC
Presentation – Diminishing Returns: the Hidden Costs of Excessive Environmental Regulation
(PDF | PowerPoint)
  More Trzupek at Heartland's Climate Conferences Archive


Peter Hartley, Ph.D., Rice University
Presentation – Hidden Costs of Wind and Solar Power
(PDF | PowerPoint)


Isaac Orr, The Heartland Institute
Presentation – Regulation in the Coal Industry: Exploring the Economic and Human Costs
(PDF | PowerPoint)
  More Orr at Heartland's Climate Conferences Archive