National Clean Energy Project Summit

The nation’s most important leaders in energy reform are gathering with T. Boone Pickens at the National Clean Energy Project Summit to tackle the critical issues of ushering in a new era of renewable energy and ending our dependence on foreign oil. This event will feature a lot of people who know what they are talking about when it comes to energy policy – including John Podesta from the Center for American Progress Action Fund, U.S. Senator Harry Reid, President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Climate Czar Carol Browner, Owens-Corning CEO Michael Thaman, American Electric Power President & CEO Mike Morris, Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope, American Wind Energy Association CEO Denise Bode, Riverkeeper Alliance Chief Prosecuting Attorney Robert Kennedy, Jr. and many others. Watch the live roundtable discussion on Monday, Feb. 23, at 10:15 a.m. EST..

National Clean Energy Project Summit

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3 Responses to National Clean Energy Project Summit

  1. Marshall Hagy says:

    We have the technology available to develop clean energy, what is needed, and in the short term, is a means of transporting this energy, a new technology energy grid. This will involve tax breaks for long term investment and manufacturing scaling for the new technology, which will also involve tax structures for long term investment, something this country has not been efficient enough at.

  2. William Mook says:

    Please visit my website, it describes how US can attain dominance in the energy sector, not just indepdendence.

  3. Another interesting article from your blog :) When will it stop….hopefully never

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