National Center for Energy Analysis

NCEA’s scholars are devoted to data-driven analyses of policies, plans, and technologies surrounding the supply and use of energy essential for human flourishing.

The National Center for Energy Analytics is a national energy think tank, founded by Mark P. Mills.

There has never been a more critical time for sober-minded, fact-based, emotion-free perspectives in energy domains because the U.S. and European governments, along with many U.S. states, are embarked on the biggest industrial spending program in history, all directed in pursuit of an “energy transition” with the goal to rapidly replace hydrocarbons that currently supply 80% of the world’s energy. The stakes and consequences are high precisely because “transitions” of such scale have never occurred and because energy is fundamental to everything in civilization.


Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.

—Philip K. Dick