On Energy, Taxpayers Survive (Mostly) Unscathed

Ideally, of course, Congress would reject all subsidies and distortions in energy markets, letting consumers decide which energy source or product is best for them. Failing that, Congress should at least not make things worse than they already are. While not perfect, this tax extenders package keeps the damage to a minimum. In today’s subsidy-happy Washington, that has to count as a victory.

President Trump Holds the Line: Protects Middle Class Taxpayers from the Green New Deal

Send A Message Of Support To President Trump

The “Everybody Gets a Car!” Act

The premier podcast on today's energy issues

#1: Tom & Mike on California & Trump

Oct 8, 2019
Listen Now

Our Principles

The American Energy Alliance is guided by these principles
affordable, abundant and reliable energy
economic opportunity and prosperity, particularly for working families and those on fixed incomes
Americans, not Washington bureaucrats, the power to make their own energy choices
private sector innovation and entrepreneurship
market-oriented energy and environmental policies
the role of government in energy markets
the subsidies, mandates and special interest giveaways that lead to higher energy costs
About Us


American Energy Scorecard

AEA's American Energy Scorecard is the first and only free market congressional energy accountability dashboard. Stay up to date with how your legislators are voting and take action to keep them accountable.


Key Votes

AEA is tracking Congress' action with up-to-the minute key votes. See the most recent votes below.


Action Hub

The ultimate resource is you. Join the American Energy Alliance grassroots network to get involved, and see what we can accomplish together!


Sign Up for the Pipeline

The most important energy news in your inbox each weekday morning.