Congressman John Delaney

Representing the 6th District of Maryland
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Energy and Environment

We can’t compete in a 21st century economy with a 20th century energy policy. We need to develop a national energy policy focused on two goals: 1) becoming a global leader in domestic energy production and alternative energy technology and 2) properly responding to climate change. For this reason, I am proud to be a member of the House Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition.

Increasing sustainable energy production isn’t just good for the environment; it’s good for the economy. Just as the global economy in the 20th century was profoundly shaped by oil and gas production, the nations that provide new energy solutions that reflect the realities of climate change will thrive in the 21st century. With a skilled workforce and a growing green energy sector along the I-270 corridor, Maryland is well-positioned to be a part of our national alternative energy sector.

We must support funding for research and development for alternative energy and provide adequate funding to the Army Corps of Engineers, who help build and maintain our energy infrastructure. I am a cosponsor of multiple pieces of legislation which encourage further development of alternative energy sectors in the United States.   

As the 113th Congress moves forward, I will continue to advocate for a comprehensive national energy policy that realizes the promise and potential of clean energy and energy independence.

More on Energy and Environment

Jan 22, 2014

The January 21 edition of the Baltimore Sun featured and editorial highlighting Congressman Delaney's Partnership to Build America Act.

Dec 12, 2013

 

WASHINGTON – At today’s Financial Services Committee hearing with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) discussed the issue of climate change and questioned the Secretary on his views on a revenue-neutral market-driven carbon tax. The Treasury advises the president on financial, monetary, economic, trade, and tax policy.

The exchange is below:

Dec 2, 2013

Here is the tentative legislative calendar for the week of December 2: the House will be in session Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Each week the House is in session the schedule is set by the Speaker of the House, John Boehner.

If you have feedback or questions on any of the legislation we’re voting on this week, please contact my office. To look up additional information on any specific bill, you can visit beta.Congress.gov.

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 2
 

Nov 22, 2013

WASHINGTON – Friday’s Washington Post features an op-ed by Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) calling on the budget conference to focus on rebuilding America’s infrastructure.

Delaney is the only former CEO of a publicly traded company serving in Congress.

The op-ed can be read below or online here

Jun 18, 2013

WASHINGTON – Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) has joined the House of Representatives Sustainable Energy & Environment Coalition (SEEC). The SEEC is dedicated to advancing policies that promote domestic development of clean energy technology, address climate change, and protect our nation’s natural environment.

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