OP was asking about US conservatives/Republicans, which is a different set of people than libertarians (which is where I'd probably put Tyler). For example, in the 2019 survey libertarians were 8.7% of the respondents, whereas 'right' and 'center right' were a combined 3.4%. (Note that US respondents were roughly 40%, so a one-to-one comparison can't be made without further analysis.)
Related previous discussion here: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/JHjqtrsWRWz8tngRo/open-thread-winter-2021?commentId=ggSnqX98gWpY7zbyC#ggSnqX98gWpY7zbyC.
I wrote a series of posts on the feasibility of an all-solar grid last year, here (it links to two prior posts).
Is there a non-FB version of these posts?
Bryan Caplan, at least, has three kids.
(He has four kids now.)