Congressmen mostly a responsible for green energy reform. They have to be able to avoid partisan temptations, and work together to come up with an environmental bill which is both ambitious and financially / economically viable. Then the president has to let it pass (which he will if it meets the criteria I mentioned before), and I guess the supreme court may be called upon to examine its constitutionality, although I cannot see this being an issue.
Having said that, living in a democratic republic, we the people have power in getting things done. If society as a whole unfies and decides they want green energy reform, politicians will have no choice but to listen to what we want.
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