Obama shows support for clean energy and other top stories

On E2, President Obama shows his commitment to passing comprehensive climate and energy legislation this year. In a speech at Carnegie Mellow University on Wednesday, Obama said

“the votes may not be there right now, but I intend to find them in the coming months. I will make the case for a clean energy future wherever I can, and I will work with anyone from either party to get this done.”

Green has encouraging news on renewable energy development out west. It turns out that

“the power grid for five western states – Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming – could operate on as much as 30 percent wind and 5 percent solar without the construction of extensive new infrastructure.”


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