Welcome to American Products. American Power. If you shaved today, brushed your teeth, or are reading this on a computer, you already know us.
You also probably know that energy makes it possible to heat our homes, cook our food, and fill our gas tanks, but it does much more. Energy protects our troops and keeps our firefighters and police officers safe. Energy from oil, natural gas, and coal is responsible for hundreds and hundreds of everyday products. Coal provides the affordable energy that powers our factories and the raw materials used to make hundreds and hundreds of products we use every day are derived from oil and natural gas.
American Products. American Power. highlights these important facts and challenges Washington to open the doors to economic growth by encouraging the production of our vast domestic energy resources and ensuring that the regulatory system adopts reasonable, thoughtful approaches that better balance costs and benefits.
It’s time to move America forward. Join the conversation at American Products. American Power.
American Products. American Power. educates Americans on the importance of domestic energy production and the hundreds and hundreds of products that are made with American power. Our goal is to not only create awareness, but also mobilize Americans against regulations that fail to properly balance the costs and the benefits, thereby stifling innovation and economic growth.
The costs of regulations are factored into the products we buy everyday. As regulations become more and more burdensome on businesses, the more expensive our products become. From high tech electronics, such as smartphones, to grocery store purchases like deodorant, the cost of regulations are passed on to us, the consumer.
We invite you to visit our facts page, videos section and infographics area to see how your life is made easier with American Products. American Power.
About American Energy Alliance / Institute for Energy Research
American Products. American Power. is a joint initiative of the American Energy Alliance and the Institute for Energy Research. Together, these organizations are at the forefront of education and advocacy on the critical role that energy plays for our economy and in our daily lives.
The Institute for Energy Research is a not-for-profit under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The American Energy Alliance is a not-for-profit under Section 501(c)(4) public policy advocacy organization.