The United States can lead the 21st Century shift to clean manufacturing.
High-tech heavy industry
is on the cusp of
Will the U.S. lead or follow?
TODAY’S GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS
Too many of the products vital to our economy and national security are made overseas by countries that are hostile to our interests, well-being, and values.
This problem is especially troubling for key industries like aluminum, chemicals, concrete, and batteries. Think of cars, airplanes, and military weapons. Heavy industries like these also emit a disproportionate share of carbon emissions. What’s the takeaway? By attracting strategically important manufacturing sectors back to the U.S. and allied countries, we will secure critical supply chains, improve the environment, and strengthen the U.S. economy.
Onshoring will create benefits across the economic spectrum, from job growth to cleaner and more competitive industry.
America’s supply chain challenges have come to a head. The opportunity to onshore American manufacturing and heavy industry begins now.
The President and Congress have more levers to kick-start a shift to cleaner manufacturing and production at home than they think. SAFE Commanding Heights presents some of the finest options from some of the brightest figures in business and across the political spectrum. Supply-side levers include capital investment tax credits, R&D subsidies, loan guarantees, and incentive payments to expand domestic output like the one being proposed right now for the U.S. semiconductor industry. Demand-side levers are powerful too — especially in a world where “Buy Clean” and “Buy American” have growing consumer appeal.
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