Vote Yes. H.R. 3050 amends the energy emergency planning requirements of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act to strengthen the ability of states to secure the energy infrastructure of the United States against physical and cybersecurity threats and mitigate the risk of energy supply disruptions. Specifically, the legislation authorizes $90 million through 2022 in financial assistance to states to be used for the implementation, review, and revision of a state energy plan that assesses the state’s existing circumstances and proposes methods to strengthen the ability of the state to secure energy infrastructure, mitigate risk of energy supply disruption, and ensure the state has a reliable, secure, and resilient energy infrastructure. A state’s energy security plan should address all fuels, provide an energy profile, address potential hazards to each sector, provide risk assessments and mitigation of infrastructure, and address multi-state and regional coordination planning and response.