Executive Director Barry Worthington talks with Fox News’ Ed Henry about the future of coal plants in America.
About the Executive Director
Barry K. Worthington is the Executive Director of the United States Energy Association (USEA). USEA serves as a bipartisan advisory organization that represents over 100 members across the energy sector, from the largest Fortune 500 companies to small energy consulting firms.
Executive Director's Statements
We Still Have An Energy Crisis
May 19, 2020
In August 2002, I wrote a piece for the now-defunct “The World & I” magazine, called “We Still Have an Energy Crisis.” Today, nearly 18 years later, the same headline can be written. But it is an amazing, even shocking turn of events. Today, our crisis is an oversupply crisis – not a crisis of scarcity.
A Memo From Our Executive Director
May 13, 2020
USEA is in its 9th week of working from home with our office completely closed. And we will likely be closed another few weeks to comply with the extended stay at home order of Washington, DC Mayor, Muriel Bowser.
USEA Celebrates Progress on 50th Anniversary of Earth Day
Apr 22, 2020
On Wednesday, the U.S. Energy Association celebrated the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, recounting 50 actions USEA and its federal partners have taken to improve the planet over 30 years.
USEA Chief Congratulates New FERC Commissioner Jim Danly on Senate Confirmation
Mar 13, 2020
On Thursday, the U.S. Senate confirmed Republican James Danly a seat on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
USEA Chief Says New Energy Tech Tax Credit Will Spur Innovation and Reduce Emissions
Jan 8, 2020
Congressman Tom Reed (R-NY) has introduced legislation that will provide a tax incentive for new and innovative energy technologies in an effort to help the United States compete globally with technology advancements in other countries.