As humanity’s population rapidly expands, resource scarcity and environmental collapse threaten our long-term survival. Universal Energy solves this problem by taking a revolutionary approach to how we generate energy and acquire resources.
We believe that government can work to build a better society. We're not conservative or liberal - we're factual. All political leanings have good ideas, and we seek to combine the best of them and promote compromises that help bridge divisions and move America forward.
Waste and corruption exist within government because it's not held publicly accountable. We intend to change this by more intensively investigating corruption and enforcing transparency within public service. Learn More P
Challenging the two-party system is difficult, but it must be accomplished in order for us to see true change in government. Our strategy starts from the ground-up to accomplish this goal. Learn More P
We seek to be the new face of compromise and moderate American politics. Our time faces many challenges, and we want to start the conversation on how we can actually solve them. Yet we're only able to accomplish these goals with your support.
Universal Energy's implementation and growth is managed by the Public Interest Company
Public Interest Company
The Public Interest Company (PIC) is a new type of corporate entity that is a mixture of private business, government agency, the non-profit sector and the electorate as a whole. In function, this entity would transparently solicit public bids from private companies to engineer, construct and implement the systems comprising the Universal Energy framework. Once implemented, the PIC would manage the operation of these systems over the long term.
In the past, our government has jumped into bed with various private businesses to create conglomerated, state-owned entities, and in many cases, the results were monstrosities. The reason this model fails on execution is because it's run in the same capacity as a bureaucracy: seeking not to rock the political boat, resisting accountability and efforts to self-reflect, self-reform and self-advance.
Our economy is not working for all Americans, and the grand things we once built are decaying. We seek to recharge our economy and put Americans back to work through investments in next-generation infrastructure.