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CCP-Tied Group Quietly Spending Millions of Dollars On US-Based Climate Initiatives

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The Energy Foundation, a climate-focused nonprofit with operations in Beijing, has wired millions of dollars to fund climate initiatives and environmental groups in the U.S.

Despite being technically headquartered in San Francisco, it operates mostly in China with strong ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

The group’s financial filings show contributions to U.S. initiatives, prompting concerns about national security and China’s influence. (Trending: Ousted Democrat Who Filmed Explicit Tape Blames Homophobia)

The foundation’s grant revenue declined, but its contributions to outside groups increased.

It funded various U.S. organizations advocating for climate policies, drawing criticism for allegedly hindering domestic energy production.

The foundation’s ties to the CCP, including key staff members’ previous roles in Chinese government agencies, have raised concerns.

“The Energy Foundation’s ties to China are both extremely disturbing and reprehensible,” Tom Pyle, the president of the Institute for Energy Research, stated.

“These environmental organizations, the recipients of this money, are, in essence, sacrificing our national security and empowering China.”

“We are the richest energy nation in the world with respect to coal, oil and natural gas,” he added.

“And yet the Biden administration and the environmentalists fueled by China are promoting policies that would increase our dependence on China, which controls all the minerals and materials needed for batteries and wind and solar, and curtail our production of oil and gas here at home.”

“The Energy Foundation’s grant-making is almost exclusively focused on making it hard to produce energy and move it around here at home,” Pyle said.

“These organizations have little to do with the environment and everything, almost everything, to do with advancing this redistribution agenda.”

“If they’re successful, they’ll make America weaker and China stronger,” he said.

The group’s significant funding for U.S.-based climate initiatives has sparked a congressional probe into CCP’s influence on American environmental activism.

Additionally, China’s dominance in green energy markets, particularly in battery and solar panel manufacturing, raises concerns about America’s competitiveness.

“For years, the CCP has used U.S. nonprofits to influence American public opinion and policy decisions,” a Natural Resources Committee aide noted.

“The vast and well-funded CCP nonprofit influence machine is particularly focused on promoting Chinese energy interests and weakening America’s competitiveness.”

“Sadly, radical eco-activists in America do more to advance the interests of the CCP than promoting commonsense energy and environmental policies in the United States,” the aide added.

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