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Letter to Secretary Chu on Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency

Letter to Secretary Chu on Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency

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Published by Mark Udall
Our country has always been a leader in innovation, and this is our time to support efforts to develop, scale and commercialize new energy technologies. I have been contacted by experts, industry, research groups and constituents asking me to support efforts to achieve energy independence while protecting the environment and to champion efforts to spur economic growth and create jobs. However, recent controversy over the DOE loan program and federal policies to support clean energy technologies has clouded the numerous successes that federal funding has helped to develop clean energy innovations. That’s why I urged Secretary of Energy Steven Chu to update the American people on the progress our country is making in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced clean technologies deployment and job creation. With appropriate oversight and benchmarks, the government can work with the private sector to help our country lead the global clean energy revolution.
Our country has always been a leader in innovation, and this is our time to support efforts to develop, scale and commercialize new energy technologies. I have been contacted by experts, industry, research groups and constituents asking me to support efforts to achieve energy independence while protecting the environment and to champion efforts to spur economic growth and create jobs. However, recent controversy over the DOE loan program and federal policies to support clean energy technologies has clouded the numerous successes that federal funding has helped to develop clean energy innovations. That’s why I urged Secretary of Energy Steven Chu to update the American people on the progress our country is making in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced clean technologies deployment and job creation. With appropriate oversight and benchmarks, the government can work with the private sector to help our country lead the global clean energy revolution.

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Published by: Mark Udall on Oct 26, 2011
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