September 26, 2011

Supporting an Innovation-Focused U.S. Energy Policy

Sen. Murkowski, Breakthrough Institute


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"Good afternoon, and thanks for the invitation to join you this afternoon. Admiral McGinn, I appreciate that kind introduction. I'd also like to thank you for your leadership at ACORE and your hard work on RETECH.

"I'm told this conference could draw more than 3,000 attendees over the next couple of days. Not only will the 50 states be represented - so will some 50 foreign countries. That's pretty impressive. It shows the growth and the gains that the renewable energy industry has made in recent years. It shows that the potential we've known about for so long is starting to be realized. . .

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TAGGED: renewable energy initiatives, clean energy technologies, U.S. energy policy, Energy innovation, Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Breakthrough Institute

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