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By encouraging renewable energy sources such as wind energy, we boost South Dakota‘s economy and we help reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil.
New England is demanding newer, cleaner, and more innovative energy sources – energy sources that create jobs here in New England. We should also demand newer, cleaner, and more innovative transmission methods.
Electricity is derived from many non-renewable energy sources like oil, natural gas and coal.
With the increasing demand for oil around the world and the rising costs in Oregon and throughout the nation, we must focus on the development of alternate energy sources, especially those that are clean, efficient and renewable.
There’s an overemphasis on conservation and other idyllic energy sources that can be harmful in that it hampers new technology and innovation.
We need to develop clean, affordable, and reliable energy sources, and frankly, we need to license that technology to the rest of the world.
Diversifying our energy sources will create jobs, improve our national security and lay the foundation for a strong, sustainable economy in the future.
Expanding traditional energy sources like large-scale hydropower does not mean just accepting what Northern Pass has put on the table, and no one should accept Northern Pass’s assertion that the only way for New England to access Canadian hydropower is to trade away the majestic beauty of the White Mountains.
So much of what we do addresses the issues that are associated with climate change, whether it’s working to reduce emissions, whether it’s working to nail down our renewables, whether it’s ensuring great efficiency in accessing all of our energy sources.
I have been working for years to promote a responsible energy policy that works to increase energy efficiency and invest in alternative and renewable energy sources.
There is an urgent need to stop subsidizing the fossil fuel industry, dramatically reduce wasted energy, and significantly shift our power supplies from oil, coal, and natural gas to wind, solar, geothermal, and other renewable energy sources.
We are already witnessing a transformation in the U.S. economy to increased production of lower carbon energy through fuel switching to natural gas and expansion of wind, solar, geothermal, and other renewable non-carbon intensive energy sources.
With the right infrastructure in place, home solar will be recognized publicly as affordable, easy, and smart, and every new home built in the developed world can have clean energy sources built into it.
If we don’t continue to pursue alternative, emissions-free energy sources like nuclear fuel, we are at risk of increasing our dependence on costly natural gas.
Investing in more fossil fuel infrastructure will not strengthen our economy over the long-term, since the market is clearly indicating that clean energy sources are the future.
The more traditional fuel sources we have relied on as a nation – coal, oil, and natural gas – I’m hoping they can allow us the financial springboard to move to the next generation of energy sources: renewables and alternatives.
We should see the leadership from the White House setting dates certain for certain goals of achieving greater alliance on alternative and renewable energy sources, but we are not.
There are new things we need to do in the labor market, in education, and in thinking about the future of energy sources. As long as we do those things everything really can turn out fine. But if we don’t do them, we’re going to be disappointed.
It is clear that our national security and economic growth are tied to affordable, abundant energy sources.