As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to advance, its effects on the US energy industry are becoming more apparent. With this increased reliance on AI, lawmakers in the Senate are beginning to grapple with the implications of this technology and the need for regulation. Debate is intensifying as some suggest that AI and automation could lead to job loss, while others point to the possibility of reducing energy costs and increasing efficiencies. The Senate is currently considering policies that would help bridge the divide, such as more comprehensive disclosure requirements for energy companies using AI and more insight into energy data collection and usage. Moreover, lawmakers are discussing how AI can be regulated to ensure that energy companies remain responsible for their energy usage, while allowing AI-driven companies to compete fairly. Further discussions are expected as developments in AI continue to shape the energy industry.