January 24, 2013

It's Not DOE That Drives Energy Policy

Nick Cunningham, AOL Energy


AP

With Secretary of Energy Steven Chu set to depart his post in the coming weeks, many are watching for clues as to who President Obama will pick to be his successor. Some hope for a more industry-friendly pick, such as Duke Energy's CEO Jim Rogers. . .

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